Yes, some cars CAN use electricity. However, it is only a developing invention so they might still have to run partially on gasoline.
Yes, it will use electricity. However, it may have a battery, in which case you will not always need to have it plugged in. If it does not have a battery, it will use one of your cars plugs.
No, the hybrid cars do not use as much gas as a regular car. Electric cars use a number of batteries to store usable electricity to cut the need of gas to power cars by a significant fraction.
Bumper cars use electricity, which could be from a nuclear plant
no the subway cars use electricity to run
yes electricity can be used in cars & vehicles
House electricity is alternating current whereas cars use direct current. Although there are examples of AC in cars because of tranformers, doides and alternators. A course in electricity would be a help to understand this. Hybrid cars are another subject altogether.
well we need machines to make all our needs like food, clothes, cars so electricity
A generator turns mechancal energy into electricity, bicycle headlights use this principle and cars do the same..
A car battery has usually 12 volts.
The first police cars were in Ohio in the year 1899 which were then run by electricity.
Yes. Cars use a battery to start then once the engine is running it generates its own electricity to operate all the electrical items on board.