The First Steamer

Who was the first steam engine?
The French Nicholas Cugnot steam-powered three-wheeler produced the first vehicle in 1769. The steam boiler in front of the vehicle, which was produced to carry the balls used in the army, made it difficult to maneuver. In the first attempt he hit a stone wall. In his second attempt, he was overthrown by not taking the corner and was arrested for damaging the public.



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