Drive 1 locks the automatic transmission into first gear (preventing an upshift). Very good to use when parked or stopped on a very steep slope and you need to move forward and do not want the transmission to shift.
Drive 2 locks the automatic transmission into second gear. This is sometimes referred to as a "snow" drive position, as it causes the engine power to be applied to the wheels much more slowly (via converter slippage within the transmission) minimizing actual wheel-spin when accelerating from a stopped position.
Depends on the car, size of engine and how economically you drive. Could be 1 and a half gallons or 5, or anything in between.
1000 cc = 1 litre.
Same difference as in 1) between a bullock cart and a car 2) between a steam engine and a metro 3) between a hut and a skyscraper ...... Or between a human and a humanoid ;)
they are the same thing... The Hard Disk is the magnetic disk that stores the bytes, the Drive is the mechanism that writes the data to the disk.
2 wheel drive only 1 axle powers the car. 4 wheel it's all 4 wheels for off road. Insurance companies WILL charge you more money for a 4-wheel drive since they must assume you will use it & go weird places.
Formula 1 is a open cockpit open wheel racer while a gt1 is a grand touring race car
between 2 and 2 and 1/2 hours
The gear between 2nd and 4th. On a 3 or 4 speed it would be direct drive. A 1:1 ratio
1.press brake 2. put car in "D" 3. Drive
The difference is 1 .
The difference between -1 and 3 is 4.