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FAQ

If I've never let my car run out of gas, how much gas from the first time it was filled up is still in the tank today?
Virtually none. One of the MINOR effects observed in gasoline tanks is that gas EXHALES, or out-gases, the volatiles, contained in it’s mixture. The longer it remains in your tank, the more light weight volatiles it loses, and the more it drops to the bottom of a static tank, where the pickup port is located.Of course, gasoline tanks on cars, are not static at all. They start, stop, and slosh quite a bit, and mix the tank pretty thoroughly. Many gas tanks for race cars, for instance, have internal baffles to prevent the center of gravity of the car, shifting violently as the car goes around a corner, inducing g on the fuel.
How common were car accidents in the 1930s compared to today?
We’d need to have a look at some statistics to know. I was only able to dig up statistics for the United States: List of motor vehicle deaths in U.S. by yearThis statistics doesn’t record the total number of accidents, just the fatalities. Perhaps a bit surprisingly for someone, the car travel was a dangerous business in 1930’s. In the year 1930, there were 31,204 total fatalities, that is 15.12 per billion vehicle miles traveled, or 25.353 per 100,000 population.In 2013 - the last year covered by the wiki page - there were 32,719 fatalities, or 1.1 per billion vehicle miles traveled, or 10.345 per 100,000 population.The most telling measure, in my opinion, is the number of fatalities per billion vehicle miles traveled. By this measure, the traffic was 15 times as dangerous in 1930 as it is today, despite the traffic being much less intense. I’d say these are the most important factors (but I might have missed some):Cars are much safer now than in 1930 - seatbelts, airbags, deformation zones, ABS and other driving assistants all make a huge difference.Traumatic health care has improved significantly.We now have a dedicated system to quickly help car accident victims (firefighters with special equipment, helicopters to move injured to hospital quickly, etc.).The streets themselves are safer, being built with better knowledge of risks involved in car traffic. Especially highways allow to travel long distances relatively safely.But to answer the direct question: given that traveling the same distance resulted in 15 times higher probability of death in 1930 than today, I’d say we can conclude that accidents were quite common - for those folks who actually traveled in a car back then.
Who taught you how to fill gas in your car? Or did you figure it out yourself? How old were you?
I passed my driving test in 1995 and bought a car. I realised it needed fuel, drove it to the petrol station, knocked one of the pumps off by catching the hose as I'd driven to close.Having picked it up, I then had to move the car as the filler was on the wrong side, eventually I figured it out and then got it filled up.Why don't driving lessons include how to fill up with fuel?
There is curfew in my area and Internet service is blocked, how can I fill my exam form as today is the last day to fill it out?
Spend less time using your blocked Internet to ask questions on Quora, andTravel back in time to when there was no curfew and you were playing Super Mario Kart, and instead, fill out your exam form.
If by 2030 car accidents are cut by 90% due to autonomous cars, how much will this save the NHS in the UK per year at today’s costs?
Car accidents cost the NHS roughly £500 million a year[1] , so the NHS would save £450 million or so each year, which is roughly 0.3% of the NHS budget.Footnotes[1] Road accidents 'cost NHS £470m'
Has anyone mistakenly filled gasoline in a diesel car? How did it turn out?
The diesel nozzle Is too big to fit in a gasoline filler hole but I am certain this had not stopped some people from finding a way to still screw up. If they did and ran the car, they probably would not get very far