A Motor Car
The motor car has revolutionized the transport system of mankind. It has replaced the traditional carts, carriages, and coaches. A motor car is a large rectangular or oblong-shaped machine. It has four wheels and a platform known as the chaises. The body on it contains seating arrangements for four people. There are two head and two tail lamps on the chaises. There are two brake lights above the tail lights on the rear of the car. Inside the car, there is a steering wheel on the right-hand side. Near the floor are the accelerator, brake, and clutch peddles. Behind which is the gear shift. Next to it is the front passenger seat. In front of the driver is the dashboard with various dials that indicate the speed, fuel level, and battery charge. Behind all this is the rear passenger seat. The car has four windows and doors. The registration number of the car is fixed in the front and back of the car. The car starts with the switching on of the ignition. The driver then presses the clutch pedal and puts the vehicle in the first gear. He slowly releases the clutch pedal and the car starts moving forward.