A car wishbone is a component in the front suspension system of many cars. A wishbone and MacPherson strut is the most widely used form of front suspension system, especially in front-wheel-drive cars originating in Europe. A car wish bone is sometimes referred to as an "A arm."Know More
A car wishbone is commonly made of pressed and welded steel, but it is sometimes made of aluminum. Larger cars tend to use a double-wishbone configuration. This provides a more stable ride because the roll and sway of the car are reduced. The double wishbone configuration also provides better feedback through the steering wheel, contributing to a better steering feel.
A drive shaft is a component of a car engine that allows for the transfer of torque from the energy-producing drive train to the other parts of the vehicle. It is most often used on rear-wheel or four-wheel drive vehicles to connect the engine to the rear axle.Full Answer >
On average, children do not start reading until they are in first grade, and because of that, it can be very hard to find lesson plans that teach students how to read drama at age two. However, there are lesson plans to get children this age excited about acting and theater.Full Answer >
"GDA" refers to Guideline Daily Amounts, a nutrition label that appeared on foods in the United Kingdom beginning in 1998 and continuing into 2014. According to Wikipedia, as of 2014, GDAs began to be replaced by "reference intakes."Full Answer >
The average tutor rate for high school students is $10 to $15 per hour, and up to $75 per hour for a certified teacher with experience.Full Answer >