During the late 19th and early 20th century horse-drawn tank wagons were commonly used by oil companies to distribute their products to customers. With the aid of compartmentalized tanks they could haul and dispense gasoline and kerosene. The rear box was used to carry axle grease and other products. Although limited to a fifteen mile distance, two-horse high-wheeled outfits like this could deliver fuels right to the customer over rough rural roads and farmyards.
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