A recent survey found that in the US, there are more than a million drivers on the road at any given time, with nearly a third of those drivers in California alone.
That is because of the transmission in your car.
The California DMV has estimated that there are about 6.4 million people on the roads right now, and the transmission is the most common vehicle component in the vehicle.
What makes a transmission transmission?
Transmission design is the term that describes how a transmission is made and its function.
Transmissions are made up of metal rods that are welded together into a solid block.
The rods are attached to a crankcase, which is a metal plate that holds the rods in place.
There are four main types of transmission components: bearings, rings, hubs, and pulleys.
Each of these has different properties and functions.
Bearing bearings are used to support a car’s wheels, and are attached directly to the crankshaft.
Hubs are used on other vehicles, and to transfer torque between the cranking gears.
They also attach to the rear axle of a car and transfer the torque between two wheels.
Pulleys are the crankcase and crankshank of a transmission, and they have two main functions: transferring the power to the wheels and transferring the torque to the crank.
For more on the transmission, read our article on transmission components.
When you purchase a transmission you should be sure to read our transmission articles.