Why do they call an Amish horse-drawn vehicle a buggy?

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Pioneer and I and J Manufacturing both make modern horse-drawn equipment. Although horse drawn, the equipment also makes use of modern technology. Pioneer makes buggies, which are light, horse-drawn carriages. The origin of the term is unknown.
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