As the 1880s ended and the 1890s began — a time when few could see a future for motor cars in Britain — they were already running in unprecedented numbers on the roads of France and Germany, though almost unnoticed on this side of the Channel. Indeed, in France the tentative beginnings of a motor industry were appearing. Britain had taken the lead from France and kept it for a century; now she followed where others led.
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T. R. Nicholson
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