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This series looks at the technology behind engine-powered vehicles and the features that make the vehicles unique.
Each vehicle is looked at from the inside to the outside, starting with the vehicle as a whole and then looking at each individual system, including the engine and braking system to the cooling system and safety.
Each spread is illustrated by large cross-sectional artworks so that readers can see what the components look like and how they work together to power the vehicle.
With accessible and engaging text, this series is especially suitable for reluctant readers but any 'petrol-head' will find it an enthralling read.
About the Author
Chris Oxlade, is an experienced writer of information books for children. He specialises in science and technology and has written more than sixty titles, on subjects ranging from kites to virtual reality as well as books on various forms of transport.
|Cars inside out|
|Wheels and suspension|
|Engine cylinders and pistons|
|How and engine works|
|Fuel and exhaust|
|Cooling the engine|
|Steering and brakes|
|Safety and comfort|
Series: Machines Inside Out
Number Of Pages: 30
Published: 28th August 2012
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.9 x 0.2
Weight (kg): 0.16
Edition Number: 1