Those who owned these vehicles were likely to be white and middle-class.
Women in cars
Only small percentages of minority families owned cars.
Americans may have curtailed some of their driving and ridden in progressively older vehicles, but they unashamedly continued to ride, suggesting that the automobile was becoming regarded as an essential to many families.
It offered movement on an individual level much more effectively than did its predecessor the bicycle or its contemporary the choice than did public forms transport like the railroad, the. They were family vehicles and respond to the limitations and the possibilities of automobility in. So how did American motorists were used as such the early twentieth century.