Cars and Modern Life

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    island2010posted 6 years ago

    In the past, Man had either his own foot or his animal to carry him anywhere he wanted. However, today, matters are way much different.
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    Cars or vehicles, in general, have replaced primitive solutions Man used to depend on for commuting purposes. They are among the greatest inventions of all times that aided Man and still do in many aspects of life. Today, no one can go around the city without either driving his own car, or taking one of the public means of transportation.
    Throughout history, cars have evolved from very simple and almost impractical forms into hi-Tec and super fast models. The early attempts were done by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot who managed to produce a tricycle which runs by steam. Nevertheless, it did not succeed due to water supply problems. Then, the second attempt is attributed to Nicéphore Niépce and his brother who replaced the steam technique by internal combustion engine. This one too was doomed to fail along with several other trials done by many inventors until someone called Gustave Trouvé who designed a vehicle run by electricity. However, the following form was run by electricity, steam and combustion engine altogether which was also a big hit at that time.
    Automobiles, then, continued to evolve until production lines were created and the demand increased specially at the beginning of the 20th century. For anyone who does not even exhibit a strong passion for cars are very much familiar with Ford, a name always synonymous to the history of cars and to the top brands of vehicles sold today. His company is one of the famous names in the field of cars making and is ranked the fifth in the world when it comes to clients’ preference. Other most-desired brands are Key, Toyota, Gm, Volkswagen, and Hyundai Motor.
    Apart from the significance of cars in driving people to wherever they want to go, now, special cars with completely different designs are formed to assist Man such as cranes in construction, garbage trucks in collecting garbage, and ambulance cars in rescuing people. Cars have also invaded the world of kids. Cars toys of diversified types and sizes are sold now in the most exquisite stores that attract almost all the kids around the world. Even cinema and film making have lately become interested in cars and produced one of the famous animation movies that won many awards and become very much loved by kids and adults which is Cars 1 and 2. Finally, cars occupy an integrated part of our lives that no one can do without.
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