Name: Hoang, Oanh Thi Ngoc (Ann)
Class: Advanced Composition
Traveling by cars compares to traveling by planes
Thanks to technological development, people can travel to other places easily and quickly. Nowadays, there are many means of transportation for people to move or journey such as: cars, buses, trains, or even planes. In the developed countries, traveling by cars and traveling by planes are more popular than other transportations because they are convenient and fast. However, traveling by cars also has some differences from traveling by planes in some aspects: cost, speed, safety, environmental friendliness, comfort, as well as flexibility. One obvious similarity is that both cars and planes are transportations that people use to travel and move to other places. In addition, the more developed the economy is, the more people travel by cars and planes. According to National Air Traffic Controllers Association, there were more than 87,000 flights per day in the United States, and there were an estimated 254.4 million registered passenger vehicles in the United States, according to a 2007 DOT study. Not only cars but also planes have become the necessary transportations in our life day to day, especially in the developed countries as The United States, Japan, European countries, and so on. Although both cars and planes have the same function that helps people to move to other places easily, they also have a lot of differences such as: cost, speed, safe level, ecological friendliness, comfort, and flexibility. The first difference is the cost of the trip. Generally, traveling by cars is much cheaper than traveling by planes if the trips are short enough for people to drive. When people use their own car, they just pay for fuel, or if they rent a car, they will have to pay more for the rent. In contrast, air ticket prices are usually much higher than the expenses for the cars because they include seat fee, fuel cost, service fee, as well as food and...
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