One of the first “horseless carriages” in Alberta was an early model Locomobile, as driven by Billy Cochrane in 1902. By 1915, it was advertised as a car for the “exclusive class accustomed to the best”. It boasted numerous features, including “over one hundred refinements [that] produce even greater comfort and quietness”. Improved brakes were one of these refinements: “Locomobile Brakes stop the car in an emergency, instead of only slowing it down”.
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