A COACH IN THE PAST AND TODAY
So, what is a coach, where does this vehicle have such a name? To begin with, the definition. A coach is a vehicle for carrying passengers of a closed type with springs. The first carriages were made of wood and weighed a lot, so they had several horses in the harness. In fact, the coach category can include omnibuses, and even stagecoaches.
Omnibus is a large coach with a pair of horses, designed to move through the streets of the city by analogy with modern buses. People in such carriages could move not only in the salons, but even on the roofs!
Stagecoaches are the same coaches-buses, but only following on intercity routes. Such carriages were on the road day and night, changing horses in taverns along the way.
Coaches evolved under the influence of progress. As soon as the first cars began to appear, the movement on carriages became irrelevant. The bowls were used exclusively as decorations at any festive events.
Modern carriages are a real miracle of technology. They are very comfortable, reliable and safe. The salons in such carriages are comparable with the salons of VIP cars, they are equipped with air-conditioners, TVs and a bar. Order coaches for weddings, corporate parties and just excursions around the city.
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