Some fun facts about cars are that more than more one billion cars saw operation in the year 2010 and that it takes about half an ounce of gasoline to start the average car. An average car takes about 25 hours to build, ... More »

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While the human brain has grown larger over the past two million years, since the past 20,000 years it has become smaller. However, although the human brain comprises only 2 percent of the body's mass, it uses 20 percent... More »

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Some fun facts about birthdays include the fact that before the 19th Century, dates of birth rarely were recorded and that Queen Elizabeth II of England was born on April 21st but her official birthday is celebrated on a... More »

The first American police car came into service in Akron, Ohio in 1899. The first arrest made with the first police car was an arrest for drunk and disorderly conduct. The Ford Model B was the police car of choice for mu... More »

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Several gasoline, hybrid and electric vehicles reach 40 miles per gallon, including the Chevrolet Cruze Eco, Dodge Dart Aero, Nissan Versa and the Ford Focus with the Super Fuel Efficiency package. Other vehicles that re... More »

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Some of the most inexpensive cars that are a hybrid or run on gasoline are the Toyota Prius, Hyundai Accent GS and the Toyota Yaris. Each of these cars sell for less than $25,000 as of 2015. More »

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Disadvantages to owning a hybrid vehicle include their shortened driving range, the purchase price versus a comparable gasoline or diesel vehicle and potential problems with their batteries. These are a few differences b... More »

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