Baker

 
 
The Baker Automobile Company began producing electricpowered cars in Cleveland in 1899. Its creators were Walter C. Baker and Fred R. White, of the White Sewing Machine Business family. Baker became the car manufacturer's president and White was vice president and general manager. Baker had started tinkering with car design within the early 1890s. He built the Electrobat Automobile, which at the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 became the very first car to be exhibited in a community setting.
 
Among Baker Automobile Company's first cars was a racer which could achieve speeds of over seventyfive miles-per hour, an astonishing speed with this period of time. This version was likewise the very first car in history to possess passenger seat-belts. In early 20th century, the business also started to make electrical-powered trucks for industrial purposes. These trucks were exported to nations all over the world and employed over america. Among Baker Automobile Company's most well-known clients was Thomas A. Edison.
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