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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 29 Oct 18, Monday

Random information on the term “Autos”:

The car internal costs are all the costs consumers pay to afford owning and running a car.[3] Normally these private expenditures are divided by fixed or standing costs and variable or running costs.[4] Fixed costs are those ones which do not depend on the distance travelled by the vehicle and which the owner must pay to keep the vehicle ready for use on the road, like insurance or road taxes. Variable or running costs are those which depend on the use of the car, like fuel or tolls.[5]


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Compared to other popular modes of passenger transportation, especially buses or trains, the car has a relatively high cost per passenger-distance travelled.[6] Motorists in the United Kingdom seem to spend on the car an average of roughly 1/3 of their average net income,[7] while motorists in Portugal seem to spend 1/2 of their net income. For the average car owner, depreciation constitutes about half the cost of running a car,[7] nevertheless the typical motorist underestimates this fixed cost by a big margin, or even ignores it altogether.[8]

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Random information on the term “CARS”:

In telecommunication, a cable television relay service station (CARS) is a fixed or mobile station used for the transmission of television and related audio signals, signals of standard and FM broadcast stations, signals of instructional television fixed stations, and cablecasting from the point of reception to a terminal point from which the signals are distributed to the public.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C and from the Code of Federal Regulations, Telecommunications Parts 0-199

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