#1906//06FO – 1984 17c Electric Auto misperf & normal

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A popular model from 1890 to 1910, the electric auto was quiet, clean, and easy to operate.  At top speed, it could travel about 20 miles per hour and had to have its batteries changed or re-charged every 50 miles.  Its popularity faded, however, when the gasoline-powered car proved to be superior.  Not only could one drive it faster and for longer, but it was also less expensive to operate.
 
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A popular model from 1890 to 1910, the electric auto was quiet, clean, and easy to operate.  At top speed, it could travel about 20 miles per hour and had to have its batteries changed or re-charged every 50 miles.  Its popularity faded, however, when the gasoline-powered car proved to be superior.  Not only could one drive it faster and for longer, but it was also less expensive to operate.