One of the Earliest US Car Companies Was Founded by a Formerly Enslaved Man

C.R. Patterson & Sons, the first African American owned auto manufacturer, didn’t produce many of its hand-built cars—by some estimates, only a few dozen between 1915 and 1918. The company’s signature Patterson-Greenfield car, advertised as a “sensibly priced” roadster with “every convenience and every luxury known to car manufacture,” had launched into some serious competitive headwinds.

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How to change your car insurance policy

Wed May 12 , 2021
Considering switching car insurance companies? Here’s an overview of the process. (iStock) Getting a new car insurance policy can be a more involved process than you might realize. It takes more than just finding a cheaper quote and switching insurers. Before making a change to your policy, you should carefully […]