With the Detroit Auto show going on, one reporter went for a test drive in the car that started it all.

Not going to lie, that looks EXTREMELY hard and fun at the same time. Things sure have gotten easier since the 1920s.

Jan. 21 -- Starting in 1908, Henry Ford sold his novel Model T cars as the first to be really accessible to the masses. What's more, he marketed them as easy to handle for casual drivers and (gasp!) women since they started with a button rather than a crank. Thing is, those old Model Ts were still pretty complicated to drive. Bloomberg Pursuits' Hannah Elliott took a 1914 Model T for a spin but first she needed a driving lesson. (video by: David Nicholson, Camen Hodges, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell)

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