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How Are Brake Lights on Amish Wagons Powered?

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Visitors flock to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to explore the Amish culture, often spotting a horse and buggy in action on a major road with other automobiles. The Amish choose to use the horse and buggy over a car to keep people closer to home-an
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