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Antique cars
An antique car is generally defined as a car over 25 years of age. The term classic car is often used synonymously with antique car, but the formal definition of that term has it as applying only to certain specific high-quality vehicles from the pre-World War II era.

Lightweight, two-wheeled, steerable machine that is propelled by the rider.

A motor vehicle for mass transit, built in various capacities and sizes, designed for carrying from 10 to 60 passengers.

Commercial vehicle
A vehicle that is titled or registered to a company. The vehicle can be a company car or any other vehicle used for business purpose.

Constraction vehicle
Keeping automotive and heavy equipment in good working condition is vital to the success of military missions. Automotive and heavy equipment mechanics maintain and repair vehicles such as jeeps, cars, trucks, tanks, self-propelled missile launchers, and other combat vehicles. They also repair bulldozers, power shovels, and other construction equipment.

Exotic and luxury car
A supercar is a term used for a sports car, typically an exotic or rare one, whose performance is highly superior to its contemporary sports cars. The proper application of this term is subjective and disputed, especially among enthusiasts. In addition, the use of the term is dependent on the era; a vehicle that is considered to be a supercar at one time may not retain its superiority in the future. Nonetheless, the automotive press frequently calls new exotic cars supercars.

A limousine (or limo) is an unusually long luxury car, traditionally black or white in color. Limousines are often driven by chauffeurs. Traditionally, the limousine has been an extension of a large sedan. A longer frame and wheelbase allow the rear passenger compartment to contain the usual forward facing passenger seat but with a substantial amount of footroom more than is actually needed. Usually then two jump seats are mounted, facing rearward behind the driver. These seats fold up when not in use. In this way, up to five persons can be carried in the aft compartment in comfort, and up to two additional persons carried in the drivers compartment, for a total capacity of seven passengers in addition to the driver. This type of seat configuration has however become less popular in recent limousines. Newer limousines such as the Maybach 62, Lincoln Town Car;L Edition,and the Cadillac.

Mobile homes (or manufactured homes) are housing units built in factories, rather than on site, and then taken to the place where they will be occupied. They are usually transported by semi-trucks over public highways. They are less expensive per square foot than site-built homes, and are often associated with rural areas and high-density developments, sometimes referred to as trailer parks. In the UK, they are referred to as mobile home parks.

Motorcycle and motor scooter
Motorcycle is a two-wheeled vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine. A scooter is a two-wheeled vehicle with a step-through frame in which the rider sits without straddling any part of the engine.

Race cars
Automobiles specially designed or modified automobiles for racing on any of various courses.

Regular car
A self-propelled land vehicle, usually having four wheels and an internal combustion engine, used primarily for personal transportation.

A trailer is an unpowered vehicle pulled by a powered vehicle.

A motor vehicle carrying its load on its own wheels and primarily designed for the transportation of goods or cargo.

An enclosed boxlike motor vehicle having rear or side doors and side panels especially for transporting people.

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