Automobiles, also called motor cars or automobiles, are road vehicles used to carry passengers that have been made primarily for self-propulsion by an internal combustion engine using a volatile fuel. The branches of engineering that deal with the manufacture and technology of such vehicles are referred to as automobiles engineering.
A car gives you the ability to go places and access services more quickly and easily than before. For example, a car makes it possible to travel far distances in a short period of time, allowing you to take your children to school or sports events that may be in another part of town, and to visit friends and relatives who live out of the way. The automobile enables people to move from one job to another with ease and opens up new possibilities for the distribution of human labor and the development of industries related to it.
In addition, the automobile can be used for transportation to and from work, leisure activities, and many other purposes. The car can also be used as a work vehicle for construction, hauling, towing, and many other jobs that require a heavy-duty vehicle.
All automobiles have a source of energy that makes them move and the power that it has is measured in kilowatts or horsepower. Most automobiles use a gasoline-powered internal combustion engine to get the power to turn the wheels, but some also have electric engines that run on electricity. Some even have regenerative brakes that turn the kinetic energy of the movement back into electricity to power the motor and help keep the automobile moving at low speeds when it is parked.