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Stylemaster The Family Car in the 1940s

The Family Car in the 1940s

1946 Chevy StylemasterThe very first driver’s training program was conducted in State College, Pennsylvania in 1934. Before that date, most drivers would get a driver’s license by visiting a local government office to pay a very small fee (like $.25) and would walk out with a license to drive. During the 1940s, most families did not have two cars, a television, and a family dog. Thinking about cars and driving cars was very different in the days of the 1940s.