A vehicle door is a type of door, typically hinged, but sometimes attached by other mechanisms such as tracks, in front of an opening, and it is used for entering and exiting a vehicle. A vehicle door can be opened to provide access to the opening, or closed to secure it. These doors can be opened manually, or powered electronically. Powered doors are usually found on minivans, high-end cars, or modified cars. The doors can be one, two or more. The back door also known as rear doors are at the back of a vehicle.
The Back door or rear door can be of the following types:
Conventional doors: also known as a regular door is a type of door that is hinged at the front-facing edge of the door.
Suicide doors: Is a type of door that is hinged on its trailing edge.
Scissor doors: are doors that rotate vertically upward, and are hinged at or near the end of the windshield.
Butterfly doors: type of door that are similar to scissor doors, but while scissor doors move up, butterfly doors also move outwards.
Gull-wing doors: a type of door that are hinged on their uppermost edge, at the roof rather than the side.
Sliding doors: a type of door that open by sliding horizontally or vertically.
Canopy doors: door that sits on top of a car and lifts up in some way, to provide access for passengers.