Automobile costs
The car internal costs are all the costs consumers pay to afford owning and running a car. Normally these private expenditures are divided by fixed or standing costs and variable or running costs. Fi...
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How to pay a speeding ticket.
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Vehicle Excise Duty
Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) (also informally known as vehicle tax, car tax and road tax), is a tax that is levied as an excise duty and which must be paid for most types of vehicle which are to be used ...
MOT test
The Ministry of Transport test (usually abbreviated to MOT test or simply MOT) is an annual test of vehicle safety, roadworthiness aspects and exhaust emissions required in Great Britain for most vehi...
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Parking meter
A parking meter is a device used to collect money in exchange for the right to park a vehicle in a particular place for a limited amount of time. Parking meters can be used by municipalities as a tool...
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Munt la Schera Tunnel
The Munt la Schera Tunnel is a single lane road tunnel located in the Swiss canton of Grisons. It connects the Engadin valley with Lago di Livigno, through Munt la Schera. Completed in 1965, the tunne...
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Fuel saving devices
Fuel saving devices are sold on the aftermarket with claims to improve the fuel economy and/or the exhaust emissions of a vehicle. There are numerous different types of device; many purport to optimiz...
Safety reflector
A safety reflector is a retroreflector intended for pedestrians, runners, motorized and non-motorized vehicles. A safety reflector is similar to reflective stripes that can be found on safety vests an...
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Shunpiking
The term shunpiking comes from the word shun, meaning "to avoid", and pike, a term referring to turnpikes, which are roads that require payment of a toll to travel on them. People who often avoid toll...
Electronic road pricing (Hong Kong)
Electronic road pricing (ERP, Chinese: 電子道路收費系統) is an electronic toll collection scheme first proposed in Hong Kong as early as in the 1980s to manage traffic by congestion pricing. (Singapore, ...
Master cylinder
In automotive engineering, the master cylinder is a control device that converts non-hydraulic pressure (commonly from a driver's foot) into hydraulic pressure. This device controls slave cylinders l...
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Malaysian expressway system
The Malaysian Expressway System (Malay: Sistem Lebuhraya Malaysia), which begins with the North-South Expressway (NSE), is currently in the process of being substantially developed. It was built ...
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Expressway (India)
An expressway is a controlled-access highway; it is a highway that controls entrances to it and exits from it by incorporating the design of the slip roads for entry and exit into the design of the hi...
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Airport Link, Brisbane
The Airport Link is a tunnelled, motorway grade, toll road in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It connects the Brisbane central business district and the Clem Jones Tunnel to t...
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Multi-lane free flow in Malaysia
The multi-lane free flow (MLFF) is a system that allows free-flow high-speed tolling for all highway users. With MLFF, current toll lanes at toll plazas can be replaced with ordinary multilane road se...
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Gear stick
A gear stick, also known as a gearstick is a metal rod attached to the shift assembly in a manual transmission-equipped automobile and is used to change gear. In an automatic transmission-equipped veh...
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Electronic toll collection
Electronic toll collection (ETC) aims to eliminate the delay on toll roads by collecting tolls electronically. ETC determines whether the cars passing are enrolled in the program, alerts enforcers for...
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Toll bridge
A toll bridge is a bridge over which traffic may pass upon payment of a toll, or fee.
The practice of collecting tolls on bridges harks back to the days of ferry crossings where people paid a fee ...
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Fuel economy-maximizing behaviors
Energy-efficient driving is a driving practice intended to improve fuel economy in automobiles. Fuel economy can be improved in many ways, including: increasing engine efficiency, reducing aerodynamic...
Road tax
Road tax, known by various names around the world, is a tax which has to be paid on a motor vehicle before using it on a public road.
All Australian states and territories require an annual vehicl...
List of auto parts
This is a list of automotive parts mostly for vehicles using internal combustion engines which are manufactured components of automobiles:
Telematics 2.0
Telematics 2.0 is the name for smartphone based telematics technology for auto insurance. Telematics 2.0 utilises smartphone based sensors rather than black-box devices used in the traditional PAYD in...
E-Pass
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is an expressway authority responsible for construction, maintenance and operation of toll roads in four counties of Greater Orlando (Lake, Orange, Osceo...
Toll roads in Europe
A toll road is a road over which users may travel over on payment of a toll, or fee. Tolls are a form of user tax that pays for the cost of road construction and maintenance, without raising taxes on ...
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