Critics may say that in twenty years there will be fewer cars in use than there are today due to reasons such as oil peak and environmental problems. However, I believe that in twenty years there will be more cars in use than there are today due to several reasons.
The first reason is that newer environmentally kindly cars will replace the current gasoline cars. For example, there are cars that can run by electricity or gasoline, hybrid cars. Also, there are projects going on to make a car run with solar power. The demand of these cars will rise because the price of gasoline will increase, gradually, as oil becomes scarce. People cannot pay for the gasoline if it’s too expensive; they would rather buy a new type of car because paying every time for the gasoline might end up being more expensive than buying the hybrid or solar power car. Also, these cars are friendly to the environment because they omit less gas.
The second reason is that the consumption of cars will increase as nations, not advanced now, get advanced and expand its economy. For example, Myanmar will grow its economy because their leader was a communist and evaded to trade with other foreign nations; however, the leader got resigned and they will start to trade with other foreign nations for their benefits. As they trade goods, cars will be one of the goods and the demand for them will rise, leading to consumption.
The last reason is that cars are the only transportation method for areas where public transportation is not advanced. For example, places in rural areas have less trains and buses because people do not use them frequently and the maintenance for rails cost a lot, making small rural towns not affordable. For them, driving cars, walking, and biking are the only ways to transport. Also, places where rails are not laid, including industrialized places, laying a rail will be expensive and time consuming which makes people want to drive their cars more than to use...
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