LAURIN & KLEMENT ŠKODA 110

The very first cars had no direction indicators. Instead, drivers were expected to stick their hand out of the car and wave. The invention of the direction arrow in Czechoslovakia is credited to Jan Hanuš from Olomouc, who patented an arrow with leather straps for use by cyclists in 1922.

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Published: 15. 1. 2019

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