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Dorothy Levitt’s Rear-View Mirror
Dorothy Levitt’s Rear-View Mirror

Origin

Dorothy Levitt

Type

Rear-View Mirror

Effects

Provides a momentary speed boost to any vehicle

Downsides

Driver sees back view in the front windshield

Activation

Placing in a vehicle

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

207970-9800

Shelf

116445-6268-322

Date of Collection

August 6, 1999

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OriginEdit

Dorothy Levitt was the first British woman racing driver, holding the world's first water speed record, the women's world land speed record and then longest driving record. After she first learned how to drive, she taught women including American socialites and the royal family how to maintain and operate their vehicles, astonishing men of the time. She also suggested for drivers to carry a small mirror to see behind traffic, using the rear-view mirror before the major manufacturers.

EffectsEdit

Placing within any vehicle causes it to automatically attach itself to the exterior frame and hold steady like a rock. When needed, it will cause the craft to move faster than normally capable for a short period of time. It also reverses what the user sees outside, so the view from the back window will appear in the front windshield and vice versa, including the sides.

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