First law of transit limited the speed in 10 km/h

The first law of transit called Law the Red Flag and was promulgated in 1836, in England. Beyond for the moment limiting in ten kilometers the maximum speed, it compelled the one that the car was preceded by a man having carried a red flag to alert the pedestrians, at least the 60 meters of distance.

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