Robert Anderson (inventor)

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Robert Anderson was a 19th-century Scottish inventor, best known for inventing the first crude electric carriage in Scotland around the time of 1832–1839. [1] The carriage was powered by non-rechargeable primary power cells.

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  1. ^ The Story behind the Horseless Carriage, article on web site of GM Canada, archived at web.archive.org