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Andrew History of Cars

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The History of Cars
By Andrew

MS. Voss's Class

4th Grade
First Car
Steam car
Electric Car
Modern Car
The first car were invented in 1770. The transportation wasn't only bikes. People invented the car because it was faster than bike. People went to places faster than bike. This was the First change of the history of cars.

The Steam car was the first successful car. They invented the Steam car because it was faster than the first car. The Steam car was also safer and useful.this was the first change of the history of cars.
First car with engine
In about 1885 Car changed again. This change happened because cars with engine is faster than steam cars. people were happier with this change. In 1885 things got easier.
1770
1771
1885
Electric cars was the best change.The electric cars were faster than engine cars but the battery was shorter. They made this change because it made shorter pollution. This was the 4th change in the history of cars.
The invention of the modern cars still today. They changed because the seats are more comfortable . They changed for another reason the cars traveled more recently.This was the last change of the history of cars.
CARS
How cars changed
Thanks for watching



Sources:Carshttp://everydaylife.globalpost.com/cars-kids-11018.html
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