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He was the first president to ride in a car on election day?

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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.


No president ever drove a car to his inauguration. Harding was the first to ride in a car to get there.


Theodore Roosevelt is usually cited as the first to ride in a car.


William McKinley was the first US President to ride in an automobile. Theodore Roosevelt was the first US President to fly in an airplane.



James Monroe was first to ride in a steamboat. William McKinley was first to ride in a car. Theodore Roosevelt was first to fly in an airplane.


Warren Harding was the first to ride to his inauguration in a car. I do not think any president actually did the driving to get to his inauguration.


ok, so if i do recall correstly, the first president to ride in a car at an inaugural parade was president Abraham Lincoln. Hope i helped!!!


Warren Harding was the first President who regularly drove a car before entering office and became the first President to ride to his inauguration in an automobile, which was a Packard Twin Six supplied by the Republican National Committee. Theodore Roosevelt may have made a go at driving after he was the first president to ride in a car. There was not much traffic in those days.



In November of 1899, William McKinley became the first president to ride in an automobile. The car was a steam carriage driven by its inventor, F.O. Stanley, at Washington, D.C.In August of 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt took the first public automobile ride by a president during a parade at Hartford, Connecticut, in a Columbia electric car.


Warren Harding was the first President who knew how to drive a car before entering office and became the first President to ride to his inauguration in an automobile.


Warren G. Harding was the first to ride to his inauguration in a car.


James Monroe was the first President to ride on a steamboat. Thedore Roosevelt rode on a airplane in 1910, after he left office. The first sitting President to fly in an airplane was Franklin Roosevelt in 1943 who flew to the Capablanca Conference in Morocco.


Theodore Roosevelt, which was a seized car from Al Capone


President William McKinley was shot in Buffalo NY at the Pan-American Exposition on 6 September 1901. He was removed from the grounds for further medical treatment by electric powered ambulance (car). Theodore Roosevelt was the first to ride in a passenger car.


Theodore Roosevelt was the first to visit a foreign country while he was in office. He was also the first to take off in an airplane, although is was a very short flight. He may have been the first to ride in a car, as well.


Theodore Roosevelt rode in an airplane and did ride in an early automobile. Some say that McKinley was driven in am ambulance in 1901 soon after he was shot.



William howard TaftThe first car-owning President was Theodore Roosevelt, who had a Stanley Steamer.Others say that Taft was the first.


William H Taft, the 27th President was the first President (1909-1913) to own a car.


Actualy the first person who invented the first rc car was President Lincon!


8 years old to ride without a car seat. 12 Years old too ride in the front!


When you move loation in you will ride taxi not a car only to work. :(


For sure. For many years the official Presidential car was open to let people see the President. Kennedy was killed riding in such a car.



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