The First long drive

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Do you have any idea what was the distance covered in the world’s first long distance drive?



The world’s first long distance drive was done on the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which was the first car in the world to be driven by an internal combustion engine. Carl Benz’s wife, Bertha Benz drove it from Mannheim in southern Germany to Pforzheim on 12th August, 1888. The trip covering just 106 kilometers one-way was completed in two days.


Fact Compiled By: Raj Kumar Hansdah


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