Speedometer

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Speedometer

A speedometer is a type of gauge that shows the speed a vehicle is moving. It usually shows the speed in kilometers per hour (for countries that use metric system) or miles per hour (for countries that use the foot and mile for distances).

Originally, a speedometer was an option that car owners could buy to put on their car. Later it was built into all cars.