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Yes. Low carbon steel is used in the body of the car.

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Where on a motor vehicle would low carbon be used?

Yes. Low carbon steel is used in the body of the car.


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The sheet metal used to make car bodies is low carbon steel. High carbon steel is too brittle for an application like this. The low carbon steel is easy to work, has good strength, and doesn't end up brittle when it comes out of the press. Additionally, when low carbon steel car bodies get into an accident, the low carbon steels bends, folds and deforms more than high carbon steel (which would break), and this helps absorb the energy of the crash. Low carbon steel is a win, win, win material for car bodies.


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