Monday, November 18, 2019
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A tale of how Doctor Carlos Booth, a physician from Youngstown, Ohio, became the first physician in America to make house calls in a motor vehicle.

Although we are used to the sound of warning signals on vehicles today, we weren't always. Same Moore shares the history and development of the car horn.

Judith Sutherland recalls climbing into the back window well of the family sedan on car rides to nowhere during her youth.

Sam Moore shares a passage Elmer J. Baker Jr. (1889-1964), a longtime commentator on the farm implement scene, wrote of the short-lived Deere-Clark car.

The Steel Valley Pro Stock Nationals will run June 14-15 at Sharon Speedway.

Charles Hay Martin was one of the many colorful men who built the automobile industry in this country, although he never became a household name.

Gov. John R. Kasich signed an executive order May 9 to authorize autonomous vehicle testing in Ohio and to lay out a roadmap for the testing process.

A recent survey exposed a common misperception among vehicle passengers that sitting in the back seat of a vehicle is safer than sitting in the front.

The General Motors Corporation got its start with the Buick, and retains the oldest car name plate now in America, as one of its premier offerings.

Although the Seabolt family regularly shares vehicles, one finicky sedan has other ideas about who it wants behind the wheel.
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