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Average time people keep their car?
The length of time varies with the make, model, and demographic, but typically 4 years.
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At the beginning of the Victorian era the life expectancy was in the high 30's at birth, but by the end of the era, it went up to 48. In addition 20% of infants didn't live pa…st the age of 5.
The average American keeps his new car about 3-5 years. American Honda Sales Consultant
3yr's under. about 7 pm. 4yrs-6 about 8pm 7yrs-9 about 9 pm 10yrs-12 about 10pm 13yrs-15 about11 pm 16+ any time!.:)
There could be several reasons: -Most automotive clocks draw power directly from the car's battery. If the connection to the battery gets interrupted even for a brief moment, …such as a loose connection, the clock would reset itself. Check your connections, especially the battery posts. -If the battery voltage drops too the clock may reset. This can be caused by a poor car battery (replace it) or an alternator that is not keeping up with recharging the battery. -There may be something wrong with the clock. Replace it.
the avarege American leese so his car is by him 4 3 years if the car is bought then it is 5.
Americans spend just over 2 and 1/2 hours per day in a car. The average American over the age of 18 spends 18 hours and 31 minutes per week in their car, which averages out t…o 2 hours, 38 minutes per day. This data comes from the Arbitron 2009 National In-Car Study.
Time was measured by the passage of the sun, moon and stars overhead and the passage of the seasons. Sundials were one method of judging the time in the past. Water clocks wer…e also used as well. But for the average person, time was told by how high the sun was in the sky. In more general terms, time was also told by what season it was - spring was time to sow crops, fall time to harvest etc. In most cultures, years were dated from the beginning of the reign of the current monarch, or from the reign of some very important monarch, or from the date of a specific code of laws. The republican Romans used the names of consuls to date things, which was confusing because it required reference to a list. The Egyptians of the Ptolemaic Dynasty added a curious twist to their dating system. They dated things according to the year in the reign of the monarch, so a year might be "fifth year in the reign of Ptolemy." But the twist here was that all fifteen of the kings of this dynasty were named Ptolemy, and they did not always bother to say which Ptolemy they were talking about.
The average person will keep their car for 17.46 years. The average car lasts about three years longer than that, but around 30% will sell their car. That's why it's bro…ught down to 17 years.
about 2 to 2.5 hours
one hour at a time for shooters. 1-2 hours for adventure games. 30 minutes for puzzles. 1-5 hours for racing games. this is normal for me and my friends.
That will vary depending on the track, the skill of the builders, and the rules used. Some packs allow outside wheels and axles etc and some "just what is in the box". At my… son's pack, using a fairly typical track and rules, the times are usually between 2 and 3 seconds.
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ancient people like Romans use sundials water clock (clepsydra), and calendar calendars like: celestial calendar or with the sun
Answer check to make sure that the power 12v and the ignition 12v are wired up correctly Answer the "constant 12v" connection flows constant pow…er to the radio to keep the preset channels and the clock memory active. the accessory is for when the car is turned on to accessory mode, the rest of the stereo will turn on. they are probably hooked up incorrectly.
A report from 2012 showed that the average time people stayed at a job was 4.4 years. A report from 2013 showed people stay an average of 4.6 years at a job.
Do you mean middle class? not very many the steam car was not well received yet (beilieve it or not, many people thought if you went too fast in a motorized vehicle you woul…d die)
They don't. 3 rules for car safety : don't get in them, don't get hit, don't breath the exhaust. If you're looking for "safety features" on cars try - steering wheels (r…ather than tillers) hydrolic breaks (rather than mechanical) windshields (and the new-fangled stuff like seat belts and airbags.