How One Motor Car Was Driven.
The New York Times
December 1, 1909
To the Editor of The New York Times:
At Fortieth Street and Sixth Avenue the other evening a motor car drew up to discharge its passengers. On starting again it bumped into an automobile ahead of it, backed into one behind it, started across the street, and only by the narrowest margin missed knocking me down and then backed heavily into a lamppost. A pedestrian made some joking remark to the chauffeur, who replied, "Aw, you never can tell what these machines are going to do."
H. R. L.
New York, Nov. 30, 1909.
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