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Are all cars negative earth?

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A lot of cars in the 1960's had positive earth.

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well there damaging the earth by all the gas, we need to start making electric cars even though there r some electric cars already!!


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On most cars and trucks made in the last 60 years it is negative ground.On most cars and trucks made in the last 60 years it is negative ground.


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StandardizationThe electrical term "earth" or "ground" is a connection that runs through the entire electrical system. It may or may not be connected literally to the soil. When a system is "negative earth", it means the electrical earth has a negative polarity. Power can then be run back and forth using only one wire carrying the positive polarity. Similarly, electrical signals need only one wire. At the destination, the circuit is completed by connecting the "negative" terminal to earth or ground.Until the 70s, cars were built with either a positive or negative earth, with popular British vehicles being among the last to be built with positive earth. Negative earth was adopted globally by automobile manufacturers for the sake of standardization. It was the introduction of radios in automobiles that may have seen negative earth automobiles being favoured. It was also thought positive earth vehicles rusted quicker.The US telephone system also uses a positive ground, after starting out with negative ground. However, the trolley cars in Atlanta, Georgia were causing electrical induction interference, which led to the phone cables literally falling apart. Every kind of solution was tried, but they all failed, until as a last resort the phone company flipped the polarity, and it has stayed this way till the present day.


cars don't help the earth the hurt earth and they hurt people



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The bad gas pollutes the earth.


The cars can produce pollution which leads to green house effects. Also the cars can kill because of careless driving.


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the track has negative and positive and that's how


Cars in which the positive terminal of the battery is connected to the chassis. They require specially designed components built for positive ground cars. The usual configuration is a negative ground (the negative battery terminal connected to the car's chassis).


To stop it entirely, you will need to stop all pollution factors like cars and such.



By using less cars or electric cars since cars is the main reason for polution


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that their the fastest cars on earth


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If you want to jump start your car, connecting negative to negative and positive to positive is the only way to do it. Connecting negative to positive will result in extensive damages to the electric systems of both cars.


They are called governors and the answer is no, not all cars have them.



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