Theodore Roosevelt is usually cited as the first to ride in a car.
Theodore Roosevelt, which was a seized car from Al Capone
I think Theodore Roosevelt was the first to ride in a car, but it was before he was president. McKinley was the first sitting president to ride in a car.
"A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad." -Theodore Roosevelt
William howard TaftThe first car-owning President was Theodore Roosevelt, who had a Stanley Steamer.Others say that Taft was the first.
He was shot by an anarchist.Another answerJohn Schrank (a saloonkeeper) shot Teddy Roosevelt, because Schrank claimed that he was advised by the ghost of William McKinley in a dream to avenge his death pointing to a picture of Theodore Roosevelt.Theodore Roosevelt was shaking hands with the public near his car when John Schrank shot him with a pistol at point blank range.
No he did not.