Low processing costs for high structural rigidity
we use the metal iron to make cars, and bridges, and buildings, etc. and also to make alloys such as steel.
F1 cars today use carbon fibre brakes, all metal materials on f1 cars are made from carbon fibre to save weight
Iron is the metal that is used to make domestic cars but sport cars or F1 cars might be made of carbonfiber
Gas, coal,oil,metal,iron ore
Weight. Plastic is much lighter.
They are very safe cars the metal they use for the cars is strong and when you crash it gets pushed in but its safe ALL volvos are safe
Various materials are used to build cars. The external portion of a car uses metal. The seats may use cloth or leather.
Cash for cars is a program that most scrap metal warehouses call their program to cash in your car to use as scrap metal. You can also get 'cash' for your car by donating it to the Salvation Army for a tax write off.
Yes for example cars and buildings have metal
A type of metal made espically for cars :)
Metal chains can be placed on cars in areas where it snows so that the tires don't glide over the ice.
So they could use the metal for makeing ships, guns, cars, etc, because they were running out.
Well..old cars they were made out of metal
I only know about in cars. For cars it replaced metal.
no cars are just hunks of metal put togerther