123,000,000 cars are being driven down the U.S’s highways.
111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321
Traffic jams of New York, San Francisco and Paris are well known – beaten only by those in Seattle where a driver annually spends 59 hours stuck in traffic.
A dog was the first in space and a sheep, a duck and a rooster the first to fly in a hot air balloon. A dog was the first to parachute.
In 1620, Dutch inventor Cornelius van Drebbel launched the world’s first submarine in the Thames.
Manhattan traffic crawls at an average of 6.2 miles an hour on midtown city streets.
In 1893 J. Frank and Charles E. Duryea produced the first successful gasoline-powered automobile in the United States. They began production of their Duryea in 1896, the same year Henry Ford started operations of his first successful car in Detroit.