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Car City Driving

City Car Driving – Car Driving Simulator, PC Game Dear customers! Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience. The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving. READ MORE DETAILS HERE! Download Buy at $24.99* *Actual paid amount is a bit bigger and depends on the payment method you choose, because it includes an interest rate of the online payment service. Please check system requirements and compare them with your computer configuration before proceed!
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Car City Driving

Dear customers! Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience. The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving. READ MORE DETAILS HERE! Download Buy at $24.99* *Actual paid amount is a bit bigger and depends on the payment method you choose, because it includes an interest rate of the online payment service. Please check system requirements and compare them with your computer configuration before proceed!
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Car City Driving

The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving.
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Car City Driving

Navigating the congestion of city streets requires a car that’s nimble enough to dart into openings in snarled traffic and able to show a pothole who’s boss. Urban driving also requires a car with good outward visibility (to easily spot pedestrians) and an origami-like ability to fit into petite parking spots. For city dwellers, small cars can be a smart way to make urban driving easier. And small doesn’t have to mean flimsy. Our tests have shown that small cars don’t have to feel like they were built with materials from a 2-year-old’s pedal car. The mini-utility segment has grown from just one model in 2011 (the frog-eyed Nissan Juke) to more than a dozen—with the addition of snappy so-called cute-utes that prove it’s cool to be minuscule. Most of the vehicles are targeted toward people in the early stages of their careers, doing double-duty as weekday commuter vehicles and weekend escape pods. The vehicles on our city cars list (in alphabetical order in the gallery below) are about 10 inches shorter in wheelbase and overall length than vehicles in the next-larger class. But their often ingenious design and efficient use of space means you don’t have to endure cramped, spartan interior quarters. The Honda Fit and Kia Soul feel more airy and spacious than you’d think, and the well-crafted interior of the Audi A3 doesn’t make you feel like you settled for a bare-bones car. But that improved packaging of interior space mostly results in more room for stuff than people. Most city cars won’t hold more than four occupants, and those in back often will be cramped. Every car here is recommended by Consumer Reports. That means they did well in our road tests, with sprightly acceleration and crisp handling that’s rare to find in smaller cars. These mini-mighties have average or better predicted reliability and praiseworthy fuel economy, and they did well in federal or insurance-industry crash-safety tests. Our great eight city cars prove you can go small yet still drive a car that doesn’t make you feel as if you should have spent more money. After all, in the city, size matters.
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Car City Driving

One reason is that city driving has a wide range of varying road conditions. While most highways are fairly smooth, city roads can be pockmarked, potholed and full of all types of issues and problems that you’ll never encounter on a highway, from rocks to speed bumps. The jarring ride gives the suspension a workout, and the same goes for other parts of a city-driven car as it bounces around on the street.Stopping and starting is also very taxing on most cars. While an engine will typically sit at one cruising speed on the highway, city driving requires constant speeding up and slowing down. The result is that a city-driven car’s engine is constantly working, as are the brakes and the transmission.City driving is also challenging to a car because of all the potential issues that can occur when you own a vehicle in a large city. There are more cars on the road, which means more possibility for an accident. There are parallel parking spaces, which increases the potential for wheel damage, and regular parking lots, which means you’ll get the occasional door ding. And of course, there’s also vandalism and theft, two issues you won’t encounter on the highway.
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Car City Driving

How to Tell?Now that you know highway driving is better on a car, you might be curious how to find out which vehicles have spent more time on the highway and which have spent most of their lives in the city.Fortunately, there are a few easy ways to tell. One is the odometer reading itself: A fairly new car with unusually high mileage will usually be a highway vehicle. For instance, a 1-year-old car with 50,000 miles on it probably spent the vast majority of those miles on the highway. Few drivers can travel 50,000 miles in one year solely within stop-and-go traffic, unless they’re driving a taxi cab or a police vehicle.Another way to tell is to check the body of a high-mileage car. Are there any dents? Any wheel curb rash? Are there any scrapes? If the answer to all of these questions is no, then the car probably hasn’t spent much of its life in the city, where it would be subject to parking lots, curbs and other drivers.
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Car City Driving

Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience.
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Car City Driving

There’s no question that highway and city miles affect a car in different ways. In city driving, for instance, vehicles are constantly stopping and starting, which means they use more fuel. City driving also typically involves rough roads and potholes, giving a car’s suspension more of a workout. On the highway, roads are smoother but speeds are higher, which means the engine is constantly working and never at rest.
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One reason is that city driving has a wide range of varying road conditions. While most highways are fairly smooth, city roads can be pockmarked, potholed and full of all types of issues and problems that you’ll never encounter on a highway, from rocks to speed bumps. The jarring ride gives the suspension a workout, and the same goes for other parts of a city-driven car as it bounces around on the street.
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But if you want to be really sure that a car has mostly covered highway miles, check with a mechanic. This is a good idea anytime you’re buying a used car, but it’s especially a good plan if you’re thinking about a high-mileage example. A mechanic can examine a car’s suspension and other components to determine wear, and he or she can let you know whether the car has been babied on the highway or thrashed on city streets.
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Stopping and starting is also very taxing on most cars. While an engine will typically sit at one cruising speed on the highway, city driving requires constant speeding up and slowing down. The result is that a city-driven car’s engine is constantly working, as are the brakes and the transmission.
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City driving is also challenging to a car because of all the potential issues that can occur when you own a vehicle in a large city. There are more cars on the road, which means more possibility for an accident. There are parallel parking spaces, which increases the potential for wheel damage, and regular parking lots, which means you’ll get the occasional door ding. And of course, there’s also vandalism and theft, two issues you won’t encounter on the highway.

Published on Feb 18, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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