Nie Tyle, że F-350 to ostatnia seria, która jeszcze wygląda w miarę normalnie (podobnie do F-250) - ale i tak trzeba już mieć prawo jazdy na ciężarówkę (do niektórych lub wszystkich F-250 pewnie też). BTW, znalazłem jeszcze F-750 i F-950
No, a Truck is a truck, a car is a car. Trucks have a Bed which is separate from the cab. cars do not have this aspect, they have trunks/boots/hatches. and IF a car has a bed in case of like the Holden Maloo or chevy el camino they arent trucks, they are UTE's
Yeah, trucks aren't usually referred to as cars, unless we don't know if it's a truck. I mean you always hear "what car does he drive?" and the answer can be anything from a typical four door, to a truck. Or "how many cars does he own?"- who says there can't be a truck in that list?
I believe a truck is a division (not sure if that's the word) of a car, but the word car can still be, and is usually applied to a simple passenger vehicle.
Kind of like:
---passenger car or just a car
---(other similar ones)
And so on.
Both a car and a truck typically have four wheels, can transport passengers and carry it's own motor, but they can't both be called trucks, while if you call them both 'cars' it would be acceptable.