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Past, Present & Future
Transcript of Past, Present & Future
The car today helps us get further places quicker and saves us time. The First Car
1886 1900 Key developments included the electric ignition system (1898) four-wheel brakes, independent suspension (1873). 1890 1950 Seat belts was required in 1970. In Victoria, the law was for every car to have seat belts from 1970. (Front selts and rear seats) 1970 The Future The Present From 1951-2, Australian automobiles has
included vehicle number plates all
around states and territories Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle_registration_plates_of_
http://ultimate-street.images.s3.amazonaws.com/Volkswagen_Eos_2007_-_Present_j8R9Q9-446x296-crop.jpg A company in New York City in the
United States, first offered installation of air conditioning for cars in 1933.
All-steel bodies we made out of
steel and were very heavy. (1912) People believe now that is the leading cause of CO2
(Carbon Dioxide), a cause of global warming.
Much more modern type of cars is now hybrids
which means they run on vegetable oil. We believe in the future people will have
reusable-energy powered cars, which works
on sunlight, wind, or vegetable oil.
We dont yet have the technology to create cars that will be able to fly, nor hover or go into oceans. In the future cars may look a lot different to what they currently do.