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Explains the use of car computers, from HowStuffWorks.com.
An applet which allows the user to see how a car stops given certain braking conditions.
A text heavy article on the role tyres play in car racing.
What are the forces acting on a car in a crash?
The secrets behind the car that drives itself.
The driver of a car on a curve is in a rotating reference frame and they could use "centrifugal" force to explain why a mug and the carton of eggs on the seat beside them tend to slide sideways.
This interactive shows the latest safety technologies from pedestrian detection to adaptive cruise control.
Would you trust a car that drives itself? The TED video shows Google's driverless car in action.
Explanation of how to calculate the stopping distance for a car and the factors involved.
A brief description of how Power Door Locks work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. Explains how car door locks work.
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