Bike versus Car comparison chart
Edit this comparison chartBikeCar
Number of wheels 2 (sometimes with training wheels)
Number of seats from 1 to 3
Pollution Almost none. Only needs a bit of oil and rubber (tires, etc.)
Maximum speed 35-40 mph (on "normal" bikes. World record: 133.78 km/h (83.13 mph) Flat surface, unpaced)
Safety Helmet, gloves and closed shoes are essential.
propulsion Human legs muscle powered.
Uses Very versatile, can be used for commuting, fun, exercise, racing, load, etc.
Pros Your food is your fuel. Almost no pollution. Very quiet (almost zero noise). Extremely high cost/benefit. Cheap. Easy and low maintenance. Gives you better fit and health. You can ride more freely than any other vehicle.
Cons Traffic and weather can be an issue, specially WIND. You get tired, but that depends on many factors. Fragility. You may get hurt in a fall, but hardly die.
Propulsion (when manual) muscles (quads, calves)
Use For manual transportation for exercise
horsepower Up to 2hp (peak of pro cyclists).
Introduction (from Wikipedia) A car is a wheeled, self-powered motor vehicle used for transportation and a product of the automotive industry.
Classification Vehicle
Industry Various
Application Transportation
Fuel source Gasoline, Diesel, Natural gas, Electric, Hydrogen, Solar, Vegetable Oil
Powered Yes
Self-propelled Yes
Wheels 3–4
Axles 1–2
Inventor Ferdinand Verbiest (invented first toy-sized model); Karl Benz (generally acknowledged as the inventor of the modern car)
Safety Features Air bag,
companies which make them Volkswagen, Volvo, Ford, Chevrolet, Doge, GMC, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Jeep, Honda, Mitsubishi, and more

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