Asked in Travel & Places
What are the drawbacks of using salt on sidewalks?
The drawbacks of salt on a sidewalk are the mess afterwards. The use is also the production of salt needed and the fact that eventually the salt melts as well. ...
Asked in Computer Keyboards
What are some drawbacks of using a cordless keyboard?
Some drawbacks of using a cordless keyboard is that they are slower than the wired keyboards, they are harder to set up, and the batteries need to replaced often. ...
What are the benefits and drawbacks of using and ATMCheck card?
I think the benefits and drawbacks of using an ATM card will damage your bank account like the money you have in the bank could turn into negatives and put you debt. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What are the drawbacks of using used Japanese engines and transmissions?
One of the main drawbacks of using Japanese engines and transmissions are the mounts they use. Often these will cause vibration of the chassis which can cause damage to the car. ...
Two major drawbacks of computer networking?
Although there are drawbacks, it is usually not enough to stop using a network: Drawbacks: requires extra equipment for connections May require dedicated training May require a dedicated individual to maintain More complex than not using a network Requires more memory and CPU resources than not using a network More Cost Software more costly when used on a network That should give you an idea of some "drawbacks". ...
Asked in Snow and Ice, Geography
Why do people put salt on the ground when it snows?
Salt is usually placed on roads or walkways to minimize the chance of slipping on ice. Not only does it cause more friction between the ice and what's on the ice, but when salt is added to water it lowers the water's freezing point so that ice will not develop as easily. ...