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By 1915, cars had become more civilized with electric starters, better lighting, and more dependable motors and brakes. One could actually start a trip with the full expectation of getting to the destination. The novelty had become the norm. Automobile manufacturers proliferated and buyers could chose from $500 bare-basics vehicles or spend thousands of dollars for the latest in creature-conforts and prestige. The industrialized nations were moving into the era of easy, long-distance transportation. The new World was coming.