American motorists in a Thomas Flyer have difficulty in crossing the Western Pacific Railway tracks 30 miles from Cobrey in Nevada, during the 169-day New York to Paris race. Original
In 1910, the New York-based Automobile Club of America published a guide to getting around New York and New England. The book also featured a section on ‘State Motor Laws’.
They are illuminating and of their time.
In Alabama driver’s don’t need a driving license. In Florida, rear lights are not needed. In New Mexico there are no laws. None. The Speed limit in Wisconsin is 12mph.
Via New York Public Library via flashbak