German Inventors developed a practical internal combustion engine
France followed much of the same industrialization as the rest of western Europe throughout this century. At the beginning, the primary local transportation was through horse and carriage (of various types), with regional and international transportation via train and boat. By the beginning of the second World War, France had a sizeable population driving personal automobiles and commercial air flights were also becoming popular.
Automobiles, oil/petroleum, and tourism.
Yes, the Bluetooth system is the same in the US as it is in Europe. Bluetooth technology is used in mobile phones, automobiles, laptop computes and personal computers.
The US mainly imports machinery, automobiles, technology, and chemicals from Europe.
All parts of Europe has transportation systems, although they are most common in urban areas.
Spain does not have initials. If you are asking about the letters mounted on the back of automobiles in Europe that are used to identify where the vehicle is licensed, the letter(s) used for Spain is black "E" on a white oval.
some imports include automobiles, oil, petroleum, and technology.
Mainly Western Europe.
Some imports include techonolgy/machinery, automobiles, oil, and petroleum.
it is used for trade, transportation and It connects Central Europe with Western Europe.
For transportation of goods and people
American World War II troops were transported in Europe by planes, ships, and automobiles.
to reduce transportation time between Europe and Asia
Transportation and trade.
transportation is highly deloveped
Rivers were used as transportation and trade routes in Europe. They were the easiest way to trade goods
Steam locomotives became a frequently used method of transportation in Europe during the 19th century. Great Britain became dominated by this method of transportation up until the middle of the 20th century.
Exports of Europe include automobiles, machinery, meat, paper products, wood pulp, and dairy iron. The imports of Europe include plastics, machinery, metals, textiles, and clothing.
Trade, Transportation and water source.