Last week I mentioned that short cars were topical, and the current production Smart Fortwo is only 2695 mm long. I said that there was a previous production vehicle which was less than half that length. I asked what was it? It was the 1962 Peel P50 at 1,340 mm long.
So to this week. Who invented the device to make vision safer in the rain, and when?
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