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The world of travel has changed drastically within the last century. If you were to travel back in time just 100 years, it is likely you would be surprised how difficult it was for people to travel from one part of the globe to another. It was actually difficult to travel from one part of the country to another. At the start of the twentieth century, people were just developing the technologies that removed animals from the traveling equation. The horseless carriage and airplane travel were just in their infancy.
Of course, the First and Second World War did a lot to accelerate the technologies that would be used to make traveling more accessible and easier. Throughout all of the inventions that people have used to make travel easier, the wheel has been constant. Without the wheel, automobiles wouldn’t work, planes could not take off or land, and trains would not be able to move around the country.
The wheel is an important part of modern transportation in the twenty-first century. Airplanes still need wheels to land and take off. Even though the technology behind the tires that are used in modern vehicles has improved drastically in the last century, they are still an essential part of travel by land.
The wheel has made travel easier by allowing people to wheel their luggage from one location to another as opposed to needing to carry it in their arms. Really, the simple ideas of putting wheels on luggage revolutionized the way that people transport their baggage. It made it possible for people to transport heavy suitcases long distances.
Air cargo casters or the wheels that are used on the food carts and baggage conveyors at airports have also made it so much easier for airlines to do their job in an efficient way. When a person is waiting to board a plane, they can look outside the window and see the employees of the airline wheeling out large stacks of suitcases on huge carts. Each of these carts are full of thousands of pounds of luggage. Without these casters, or wheels, this job would have just been impossible.
Undoubtedly, there will be a time when the wheel becomes a thing of the past. New technology will come and once again revolutionize the way that mankind does things. Until that time comes, the wheel will continue to be at the heart of travel.
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