This paper evaluates the size of cars used in urban areas. Most city residents drive small cars; while big cars are often driven in rural areas. The paper evaluates the factors that lead to the use of smaller cars than bigger ones in urban areas. It describes three models for the research. Every model has a factor influenced by the size of cars and two implications for each model. The paper also covers the data for use in the research and it ends with findings and results.
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