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Vehicular Systems

Module by: Emily Gray. E-mail the author

Summary: Vehicles share common systems, these systems are structure, propulision, suspension, gudiance, and control.

Vehicular Systems: The Cliff notes version


The structural system of a vehicle helps to move and contain people and goods.


The propulsion system is the force that propels a vehicle from its starting point to its destination.


The suspension system supports the weight that is in the vehicle as it moves.


The guidance system provides information about traffic conditions and rules.


The control system consists of two types: speed control and direction control.

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