History of transportation

Sumerians used chariots with round wheels in their wars, about 3500 BC that were driven by quadrupeds.
About 2400 BC, the wheels had used to have spokes.
The chariots and horses were taken from Mesopotamia to Egypt about 1700 BC, and the Egyptians used the chariots in their wars that had two wheels about 1300 BC.
Gradually, using chariots became popular in transportation instead of stretchers. By the end of the 12th century AD, the horse-driven chariots were used in the Central Europe. However, various experiments were done in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries in China, England, the Netherlands, and Germany to achieve other types of driving forces apart from the 4-legged animals.
The first bicycle was invented in 1827. The first permission was obtained in 1657 by De Givry in Paris, for transporting passengers by public transport. That was an equipment with two wheels that had the capacity of 4 passengers.

>The public urban transport lines by horse-driven wagons were established in Paris in 1828, in London in 1829, and in Berlin in 1837. The wagons had 15 seats foe passengers and used to be driven on rails by three horses. Using the steam power was a great development.
The first motor vehicle was made in 1729 that was moving by steam power, which was produced by a French engineer “Gugnot”.  That vehicle had three wheels and a steam boiler that provided the required power for moving. The speed of that vehicle was about 4 km/h, and used to stop evert 30 m to provide the required steam to continue its movements.
The number of 36 buses were used in 1830 in London that were moving by the steam driven power, some of which used to be used up to the year 1900, and they were moving with 16-19 km/h. Eventually, Daimler registered the first car with combustion engine in 1883. After him, further movements were taken place for mass production of engine-driven vehicles, by Benz in 1885with inventing the three-wheeled vehicle, and Diesel by inventing the diesel engine.   
Now, after analyzing different historical, cultural, and artistic dimensions in the beautiful city of Isfahan, the industrial center in Iran and after succeeding in various ups and downs, we as the Aryaei Carriage Production Complex, decided to utilize all the modern related equipment in the world as well as our experience and specialized workforce to take a long step in producing and supply carriages and chariots for the re-promotion of these valuable products that somehow indicate the memories and excuses for the spiritual interactions with the ancient world.