Yes. when you look at the tires of a vehicle (we call "ground viewing") you can tell the speed and if the vehicle is moving toward you.
Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its
Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle ensures you see if they are coming into your lane or not.
show that you are moving, and in what direction
first is that you are moving second is which direction.
A proximity fuse is an electronic device that allows a projectile to be exploded within range of a target. For boots-on-the-ground soldiers, this weapon would be invaluable to their success and safety.
To kill Boo, you have to get behind or beside him so that he is not looking at you when you are looking at him. Then, you beat him like any other enemy. You can punch him, you can dive at him, you can break-dance kick him, or (this one is my favorite) you can ground pound on his head.
Unless it is a stationary vehicle where you can stick a spike into the ground, you can't ground earth a car. Aside of a chassis ground, the closest you can get to an earth ground is through the vehicle's tires, which ground you in the event of a lightning strike to the vehicle.
Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition was created in 1993.
An unmanned vehicle is a vehicle that moves along the ground but no human on board to control it. The first unmanned vehicle was a Russian tank that was controlled by an nearby tank in the 1930Õs.