Change in prices after short run demands

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the following question. The changes in gasoline prices do not change short-run demands for (1) Bigger versus smaller cars. (2) Gasoline. (3) Alternative forms of the transportation. (4) Batteries, Tires and spark plugs.

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