Even though a low sticker price may look enticing, your vehicle may end up costing you thousands more than you originally bargained for. That is why knowing how much your potential vehicle will truly cost you, is an important part of the car buying decision process.
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Whether you’re a gearhead or a gadget junkie, there’s something truly appealing about seeing every last little piece of a car deconstructed and laid out neatly.
Check all 3 cars by clicking the image.
I always wonder what is the real life use of studying geometry in school. You can parallel park your car perfectly.
Here is the step and you'll need a few pieces of information:
1. Your car's turning radius, r
2. The distance between the front and rear wheels, l
3. The distance from your front wheel to the corner of the front bumper, k
4. The width of the car you're trying to park behind, w
Run a simple calculation (see above illustration) and — voila! — you'll know just what to do.
Geometry can save you