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Some car projects become much more than just an exercise in coaxing an engine to life or cleaning a pile of corrosion underneath a stuck thermostat. Sometimes there’s a personal side to it- a call to duty that makes the effort much more important than just the process of replacing parts. I drove down to Escondido, California – just north of San Diego – back in 1979 to write a Cruisin’ USA story for the February, 1980 issue of Car Craft. It was at that cruise that I met a trio of young guys – Matt Collins, Doug Eisberg, and Craig Campman and I was accepted as part of the circle of friends.
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For more information on cathodic protection, please read Roger Alexander's article, or Chris Gibson's article for metal boat hulls. By 1956, all the North American manufactured cars and trucks, except the Metropolitan, were using negative earth [grounding]. For more specific information on grounding systems used in North American vehicles, please see the chart on .
HOW TO SIT PROPERLY IN THE CAR.
But what if you're going to ride in someone else's car and you're asked to sit in the front seat? First, make sure the adult driver knows the rule: No one age 12 or younger in the front. If you have no choice but to sit in the front, follow safety rule #1: Wear your seatbelt!
How sitting too long can kill you - NY Daily News
The school bus is a little different from a car because in addition to being a careful passenger, you need to think about how to get on and off the bus safely. Whether you ride the bus to school every day or just to field trips or band concerts once in a while, it's important to follow these rules.
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As with riding in a car, the best thing to do on the bus is buckle up (if the bus has seatbelts). That's because it's just as important to be restrained when you're on the bus. If the bus is in an accident, the seatbelt will keep you from bouncing all over the place.