Travel between cities was largely carried out by railroad, waterways, or carriages. Roads had been mostly filth and onerous to travel, particularly in unhealthy weather. The League of American Wheelmen maintained and improved roads because it was considered as a local accountability with limited government assistance. During this time, there was an increase in production of automobiles coupled with a swell of auto dealerships, marking their growth in recognition. A patent filed by George B. Selden on 8 May 1879 covered not only his engine however its use in a four-wheeled car. Selden filed a series of amendments to his software which stretched out the legal process, leading to a delay of 16 years earlier than the patent was granted on 5 November 1895.
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