Cars

Some articles on cars, car:

Scottish Aviation - Cars
1964 and 1966 Scottish Aviation designed a small battery-electric car, the Scottish Aviation Scamp, of which twelve pre-production examples were built ...
Uber (company)
... Uber drivers have cars such as Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac Escalades, BMW 7 Series, and Mercedes-Benz S550 sedans ... Cars are reserved by sending a text message or by using a mobile app ... Using the apps, customers can track their reserved car's location ...
Olsen Gang - Norwegian Films
... main sponsor by looking at the villain's cars, the security cars, the police cars, the gang's car, and so on ... film series, supplying the films with civilian cars parked on the sidewalks, Crowns as taxis, Toyota Cressida as police cars, Hiace as security vans and money transports, and so on ...
Functional Dependency - Examples - Cars
... This functional dependency may suggest that the attribute EngineCapacity be placed in a relation with candidate key VIN ... However, that may not always be appropriate ...
2007 24 Hours Of Le Mans - Race - Night
... A third safety car period was caused by the Creation Autosportif entry, which ran into the tire barriers at the Porsche Curves and needed to be extracted ... stopped at the pit entrance during the caution period, blocking other cars attempting to make their own pit stops ... As the night continued and the race neared its halfway point, many cars suffered mechanical failures, putting them out of the race ...

Famous quotes containing the word cars:

    The startings and arrivals of the cars are now the epochs in the village day.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Billboards, billboards, drink this, eat that, use all manner of things, everyone, the best, the cheapest, the purest and most satisfying of all their available counterparts. Red lights flicker on every horizon, airplanes beware; cars flash by, more lights. Workers repair the gas main. Signs, signs, lights, lights, streets, streets.
    Neal Cassady (1926–1968)

    The production of obscurity in Paris compares to the production of motor cars in Detroit in the great period of American industry.
    Ernest Gellner (b. 1925)