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5 students design an aerodynamically stable mini version formula one car

Notwithstanding all the various difficulties that Nigeria is looked with, there are still a considerable measure of explanations behind individuals to stay cheerful about the future, particularly with youthful innovators jumping up from each corner. as per a Twitter account, the young fellows who are students of Nnamdi Azikiwe College, Awka in Anambra state made an efficiently stable smaller than normal variant formula one auto.

The caption reads, "Meet Okoyenta Augustus, Okeke Chukwuebuka, Ofoegbu Kenechukwu, Ibekwe Ebenezer and Ezeani Chikeluba students of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria who designed an aerodynamicall... Read more

Posted on June 2018,13   // Author: Admin  

Look at the new buses set to take over danfo. (Black and yellow buses)

The Lagos state government has disclosed new present day transports it needs to use to supplant and eliminate yellow transports prevalently known as Danfo from the state. The new transports are relied upon to be less expensive and strong and the administration has exhorted danfo transport proprietors to enter into the venture now before it is past the point of no return. Danfo transports may soon progress toward becoming history as Ambode is determined to rolling out major rebuilding that will improvement the viewpoint of the mega-city. His explanations behind taking the yellow transports off Lagos streets are to offer route to a more p... Read more

Posted on June 2018,07   // Author: Admin  

30-year-old Samuel Karumbo develops solar based car

30-year-old Samuel Karumbo from Kitale polytechnic has developed small sun based controlled car at a small carport tucked in Langas Eldoret Town that can cover around 50 km in a day. 

Via Kenyan Traffic. 

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Posted on June 2018,04   // Author: Admin  

New Buses That Will Replace Danfo In Lagos State Are Gradually Arriving

New Buses That Will Replace Danfo In Lagos State Are Gradually Arriving

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Posted on June 2018,02   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Throttle/Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor

The days of having to constantly adjust the throttle cable due to a loose nut on the carburetor are long gone. Today's modern cars, trucks, and SUVs are all equipped with an electronic throttle control system that contains an accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor. This sensor's primary job is to monitor the position of the throttle pedal and send an electronic signal to open the throttle body as you depress the gas pedal. Although this device often lasts the entire lifespan of your vehicle, there are occasions when it will fail, wear out, and need to be replaced.

1. Engine response is inconsistent
When you press down on t... Read more

Posted on May 2018,22   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Engine Control Module (ECM)

The engine control module (ECM), also commonly referred to as the engine control unit (ECU) or powertrain control module (PCM), is one of the most important components found on virtually all modern vehicles. It essentially functions as the main computer for many of the vehicle’s engine performance and drivability functions. The ECM takes the information from the engine's various sensors, and uses that information to calculate and tune engine spark and fuel for maximum power and efficiency.

1. Check Engine Light comes on
An illuminated Check Engine Light is one possible symptom of a problem with the ECM. The Check Engi... Read more

Posted on May 2018,16   // Author: Admin  

An inventive man (Ojo Obaniyi) has made a car out of fiber and straw.

An inventive man (Ojo Obaniyi) has made an auto out of fiber and straw. Ordinarily used to make caps, mats, Ojo Obaniyi figured out how to make a car with these same tools. Not just is this auto practical, it additionally utilizes fuel like each other car.

The 40-year old man was spotted filling his fuel tank at a station.

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Posted on May 2018,08   // Author: Admin  

Electric vehicles to be introduced in Nigeria car market 2018

Nigus Enfinity, an indigenous firm, says it will bring electric vehicles into the Nigerian car market in 2018 and that its local gathering plant for electric vehicles will be prepared in 2020.

Malik Ado-Ibrahim, director of the organization, made this known to columnists in an intelligent session which held in Abuja on Thursday.

Ado-Ibrahim said a few nations over the world have set focuses for the boycott of oil fuelled vehicles with India focusing on 2030, and the United Kingdom, 2040.

He said Nigeria and Africa need to search internally to be at the fore of the car revolution or risk getting to be squander can... Read more

Posted on April 2018,26   // Author: Admin  

How tires move in cars.


The tires must carry the vehicle along the road, but it requires so much force exerted by the vehicle to accomplish this task. The power required comes from the weight of the vehicle and the speed it is going. The tires require a lot of friction to force them to move. That amount of friction is impacted by the weight of the vehicle, which creates a coefficient of rolling friction. For an average tire, the coefficient of rolling friction or CRF is 0.015, which is multiplied by the weight of the vehicle.

The tire generates heat because of the friction with a higher heat buildup when more force is required to move the vehicle... Read more

Posted on April 2018,24   // Author: Admin  

Most Beautifully Bizarre Cars Ever Designed

The historical backdrop of car configuration is covered with intense endeavors to make vehicles so extraordinary by the way they look and how they function that they render obsolete everything that's come before. What happens when makers adjust feel, usefulness, and their own vision without bounds is one reason we cherish cars.

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Posted on April 2018,04   // Author: Admin