Early 1900s, U.S. Senate Owned Two Electric Cars That Travelled Underground

By Steven Loveday Over one hundred years ago, the U.S. government owned electric cars specifically due to zero emissions. Studebaker was known for making wagons in the mid-1800s, and graduated to automobiles prior to 1900 (1897). We aren’t talking about ICE cars, but instead electric cars. Yes, the company released its first EV… …read more

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