Oil is used in car engines to lubricate and help keep the metal parts cool to prevent them from getting so hot that the metal sticks together and it stops running. Why do cars use oil to power up?
Cars use gasoline as fuel to create an explosion in the engine for the power to make the car move. Much like eating food so you have energy to play. Why do cars use gas?
The oil and the gas dont ever meet, so the oil doesnt have to move anywhere when you put in the gasoline. The oil is used for making the engine work smoothly. Where does oil go when you put it in the gasoline?
It really depends on what you call a car. Who made the first car?
See the answer above for when the first car ran. Before that, many people. When was the date the first car invented?
You can start be have in fun with drawing and trying. What should I do to be a car designer?
That depends on the engine! An easy way to see what one kind of engine looks depends partly on how many piston it has inside it which turn that crank. What does an engine look like?
Pop Quiz Why do cars use gasoline? o Cars use gasoline to create an explosion in the engine for the power to make the car move. o Cars use gasoline in engines. o Cars use gasoline to keep them from overheating. Who make this PowerPoint? o Vivian o Luke o Tim o Viet o Alyssa o Polanski
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