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Infographic: Parts of a Car

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This infographic outlines the parts of a car and other factual information

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Infographic: Parts of a Car

  1. 1. ELEGTRIG HEADLIGHTS The first electric headlights were introduced in 1898, but these had many disadvantages, like the filaments burning our quickly in rain or snow. In 1912, Cadillac rolled out the modern headlamp systems that was designed to be weatherproof. GAR AUBIG The first car audio was not invented until 1929. @ ELEGTRIG Ir. III»IBGI-IIs Car Company Daimler introduced the first electric windows in cars in 1948. Q LICENSE PLATES Car license plates were first issued in 1893 in France by the police. STEERING Ii. IHEEI. In the first cars, drivers had to steer with a lever. It was not until later that cars had steering wheels. Q AIRBAG Airbag opening speed reaches 320 km/ h. @ SIDE IAIIIIIBGIIIS In the 1960's curved side windows began to appear. sEAT BELT Mandatory seat belts were introduced in Australia in Victoria in late 1970. Seat belts were compulsory throughout Australia by 1 January 1972. sEAT BELT Wearing a properly adjusted seat belt has been found to help reduce the risk of fatal or serious injury by up to 50%. The first pneumatic tyre was made by John Boyd Dunlop, a Scottish veterinarian, in 1887 and it was developed for his bicycles. . TvR Es In 1939 Charles Goodyear discovered the process of vulcanisation during a demonstration gone wrong. The process turned out to be extremely useful for making tyres and is still used today. " = . _‘ 7 lp l. __ A Elli IIIIIIIIDSCREEIII IIIIPERS Mary Anderson invented the automatic windscreen wipers in 1903. DDUIIIIETEII The first simple odometer was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1763 when he was acting as Postmaster General, as a method of measuring the best routes for delivering post. suIIRGGE The first car company to offer a sunroof as a standard option was the Nash Motor Company in some of its 1937 models. ELEGTRIG TURIIIIIG sIGIIALs Buick, which is a premium car line of General Motor’s, introduced the first electric turning signals in 1938. AIRBAG The passenger airbag is usually twice the size of the driver's air bag due to the distance from the dashboard to the passenger. AIRBAG An airbag will open on average 40 milliseconds after impact. @ THIRD BRAKE LIGHT Psychologist John Voevodsky invented the third brake light in 1974. This is mounted at the base of the rear widow. wIABsGREEA The first car windscreens were sold as an expensive option for motorists who wanted something more than goggles. wIABsGREEA In 1927 there was the breakthrough of laminated glass, which had a film in-between the two sheets of windscreen glass that protected it from shattering. Prior to this, windscreens were plain glass that shattered in the event of an accident. Q BGAAET A bonnet or the hood of car an absorb the sound produced in engine. I QABB BRAKES ABS brakes or anti-lock brakes . were originally invented for airplanes in 1929. Then were not incorporated into vehicles until after they were tested in 1958 on the Royal Enfield Super Meteor motorcycle. In the 1960's an experimental Ford Zodiac was built with ABS. AIR CONDITIONING The first car with air conditioning, a Packard © model, began production in late 1939. The first form of car brake was a This considered as one of history's wooden block brake. A lever greatest accident; moved a block of wood to press on the wheel to help it stop. “ Thomas Ahearn from Canada invented the first electric car heater in 1890. The first inflatable tyre was made out of leather. It was not until later rubber tyres were developed. FACTS ii {T In 1898 speeding motorists were chased by members of the New York City Police Department on bicycles. The first speeding ticket was issued in North America in 1902. Over 90% of car owners admit singing behind the wheel. Ferrari builds just 14 cars a day. i Colonel Harry Tarrant built Australia’s first petrol car in 1897. The experimental car taught Tarrant enough to move into commercial manufacture. In 1948 Holden made its first “all Australian Car”. pg The first ute was created by Ford in " 1933 after a Victorian farmer's wife wrote to the manufacturing asking for a vehicle that could drive them to church on Sunday, but also be able to take the pigs to market on Monday. In 1916, 55% of cars on the road worldwide were Model T fords. No car has managed to hold a market share this large since. * The world's longest trafficjam in France (1980). An estimated 110miles long, it was between Paris and Lyon. The most recycled consumer product in the world is the car. The first automobile race held in the US (1895) was won by Frank Dureyea in Chicago. Dureyea raced at an average speed of 71.5 mph. A German car maker Mercedes Benz is now using hemp in the vehicle bodies and dashboards of their cars. In 1984 the world's first car race was held from Paris to Rouen, France. It was won by Panhard-Levassor , built with a Daimler engine. Gunpowder was tested for its use as a fuel in early cars. Ford, who had been importing their cars to Australia since 1904, set up its first factory and production line in Australia in 1925. The first set of national road rules were only developed and approved in Australia in 1999. They form the basis of States and Territory rules across the country. Comic strip Peanuts was first animated in 1957 for a Ford commercial. Brought to you by New Car Sell Off http: IIwww. newcarselloff. coml