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What country has the strictest emission standards for automobiles?
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lead(IV) oxide, lead, and sulfuric acid.
Jaguar are made in the United Kingdom and are very fast.
Saab currently produce the 9-3 and 9-5 at their trollhaten plant in Sweden and Saabs new 9-4X will be produced in Mexico. In the past the 900/9-3 convertables have been made i…n Finland and Austria.
Invention of the Automobile The automobile was officially was invented in Germany by Karl Benz and Gotlieb Daimler. The car was called the Mercedes and was the world's first c…ar. Minor Correction Actually, Daimler and Benz started as competitors, and it's hard to say who produced the first car, because this is one of those ideas where parallel evolution (or in this case invention) came into play. There are other inventors who have claims (less strong but true nevertheless) to being the first inventor.
Currently Euro2, according to ECE R83
Either America or Japan. Most Likely Japan.
The UK, Japan, Sweden, Singapore, Malaysia, and Germany Actually Greece has the strictest. Anyone applying for a licence has to undergo strict examinations by a psychiatrist a…nd an eye doctor. Even so, 19/20 applications fail.
Answer CO2 = Carbon Dioxide. This is the gas that plants breath is part of make-up of the atmosphere. This is why it is important to replace the trees when they are cut… down. Also humans exhale this gas. Plants give off oxygen. CO2 is also a long-lived greenhouse gas produced when fossil fuels such as oil and coal are burned. The build up of CO2 in Earth's atmosphere would cause an increase in the Earth's surface temperature.
Singapore, however, there are many countries which can be very strict as well.
When Henry Ford invented the production line it allowed him to charge less for his auto's, thus mobilizing America. which means more product at less cost everywhere.
It's hard to measure one country against another, because while one country may be strict about one abuse issue, it may not be in another. No one country has strict enough le…gislation in place to prevent all the issues animals are against today from happening. Thus, there honestly is no real answer. Regarding the answers below: I disagree that Australia is better than any other country in its animal abuse laws. After all, the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW NPWS ) had scores of Australia's brumbies (wild horses) shot aerially, claiming they were destroying fragile vegetation. (Go to www.kbrhorse.net/news/brumby01.html to learn more.) No country is flawless regarding its prevention of animal cruelty--Australia included--but I see no evidence for why Australia is further ahead of other countries. ------------------------ I reckon that Australia does. I think its some insane number like 150 horse owners just in my area have been done for animal cruelty over the past month, Its insane. But yeah the RSPCA do a great job here in Australia and they get heaps of funding which is good. ------------------------------------------------ the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) was established in 1866 in Australia.
Most countries' laws are very similar, based on the Berne Convention. The US and several others have extended protection from life + 50 years to life + 70 years for works of a… single creator, and some countries have optional formal registration in addition to the automatic protection demanded by Berne. That being said, not all countries are equally conscientious about enforcing their IP laws.
The most effective way to reduce emissions from an automobile would have to be not driving it at all. Keep the engine maintained regularly.
It's hard to say, since reporting of crime tends not to be the best in these countries. Mexico and Brazil are both notorious for this, but they'll probably both pale in co…mparison to a place like Somalia, which tends to be overlooked in these things, given its status as a failed state.