What is a car?
Let's see what a car is: what is the meaning and origin of the word, and in what cases is appropriate to use.
The word "car" is of Greek-Latin origin. “Auto” - Greek “self”, “mobile” (Latin) - movement. That is, a car is a vehicle that moves independently.
Unlike horse-drawn vehicles (and other carriages), the cars were driven by an internal combustion engine, which is why this invention received such a name. Engines in cars can be steam, diesel, gasoline, gas, electric, gas and hybrid.
Today, automobiles call all cars and trucks, trolley buses, buses and even armored personnel carriers. But motorcycles and tractors do not belong to this category. That is, a car is a self-propelled mechanical trackless vehicle on four wheels, intended for the carriage of passengers and goods, as well as for towing.
Variety of cars
Cars can be used as civil, military and sports equipment. And the automobile industry is engaged in the production of cars.
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