Friday, October 02, 2015
By Carkhabri Team
Know A to Z Terminologies of Your Car Before You Buy It: Part 2
Hope you would have enjoyed the first part of our blog and would have been surprised to understand the terms about which you were not familiar like anti-lock braking system, air injection system, alloy wheels and many more. Today we shall be discussing more new terms about which you would have heard but have never tried to understand their relevance.
Automatic Transmission System: Integration of automatic transmission system makes it easier for driver to shift gear without pressing the clutch. In simple words it can be said that it differentiates between power and torque without making use of clutch.
Automatic Locking Retractor: You can find this system integrated in cars that are manufactured after 1995. Mounted on shoulder belt retractor and help in tight clinch of belt and is necessary for providing complete security to children travelling with you.
Alternator: Installation of this device is helpful in converting mechanical energy into electrical energy for charging the battery.
Automatic Transmission Fluid: The fluid is used mainly in cars mated with automatic transmission system and helps in movement of torque converter towards driveshaft.
ATC: This system is helpful in maintaining the cooling and heating temperature determined by the passengers inside the car, so that all of them enjoy equivalent temperature inside the car.
B-Pillar: Vertical shaped roof supporting system developed between front and rear windows on the side profiles of every four wheeler.
Bench Seats: It is a self-explanatory term that refers to seat determined for rear passengers and is capable offering comfort seating experience to minimum three passengers.