William Howard Taft
The first car-owning President was Theodore Roosevelt, who had a Stanley Steamer.
Others say that Taft was the first.
in fact the very first car did not have a number plate. As number plates are used to identify every car, and every car has its own unique number plate, the first car did not need a number plate as it was the first of its kind.
it does depend where you live ... if uk then 18 is the lowest age to own a car if us then 16 is the lowest age to own a car thanks :)
You can get a car insurance unless you will buy a car.
Not unless your name is on the title. Possession of the title does not mean you own the vehicle.
The first vehicle to move under its own power for which there is a record was designed by Nicholas Joseph Cugnot and constructed by M. Brezin in 1769.
William H Taft, the 27th President was the first President (1909-1913) to own a car.
because he was the first president to own a car so, he had to have a place to put it.
I think Theodore Roosevelt was the first to ride in a car, but it was before he was president. McKinley was the first sitting president to ride in a car.
No president ever drove a car to his inauguration. Harding was the first to ride in a car to get there.
He certainly did when he lived in Chicago, but when a person becomes president, for their own safety and security, there is an official car and Secret Service protection wherever the president goes; so these days, President Obama probably does not own a car.
My guess is Franklin Roosevelt. There is not much reason for a president to own a car while he lives in the White House. Harding knew how to drive when he became president but I do not know that he kept a car once he was president. Coolidge never learned to drive, so I don't think he would own a car while he was president. I know that FDR owned a special car with hand controls that he used when was at his little white house in Warm Springs, GA.
Warren G. Harding was the first US President to own a radio.
President Theodore Roosevelt was the first president to own an automobile. The first 'White House automobiles' were purchased during William Howard Taft's presidency.
First Indian to own a Car was Jamshedji Tata
Warren Harding was the first to ride to his inauguration in a car. I do not think any president actually did the driving to get to his inauguration.