The Finnish Museum of Car and Road Mobilia is the national museum responsible for its special field, roads and road traffic. The museum is located by Lake Längelmävesi in Kangasala, about half an hour's drive from the city of Tampere. Mobilia's exhibitions include a permanent exhibition on the construction and use of Finnish roads, the Rally Museum, an open-air exhibition on the use of emergency labour in road construction, an annual main exhibition on aspects of road traffic, and a vintage car gallery with various, mostly privately owned cars. The collection includes a George Richard car made in France in 1898, a Mercedes-Benz Waxemberger and many cars made in the Soviet bloc before 1990. The museum has strong links with motorsport and enthusiasts who collect particular marques, and has an ambitious programme to record the memories of road users such as caravan owners and taxi drivers.