TOPIC: The first car appeared in British roads in 1888. By the year 2000 there may be as many as 29 million vehicles on British roads. Alternative forms of transportation should be encouraged and international law introduces to control car ownership and use. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
During the 18th century, there were only a number of cars that can be sighted on the roads. And only well-off families can afford to purchase their own transportation. After a century, vehicles that can be seen on the road boosted in number. Due to technological advancement and increased in population all over the world, having your own car as a means of transportation became an asset and necessity.
Nowadays, there is a high level of competition amongst car companies therefore, it results to low car prices where in a lower to middle class families or individual can already meet the expenses of owning a car. Yes it does have advantages. For instance, I also have my own car, I have my own time and I can leave my home anytime I want to without the hassle of staying in the long queue to take the shuttle and be at the office on time. In addition, it decreases your chance of getting air-borne diseases that everyone can acquire from polluted and closed areas.
In contrary, the main disadvantage of having your own transportation is the amount of gas that it consumes from time to time especially during rush hours where heavy traffic is at stake. Since gases are not environmentally friendly as it contributes to the thinning of the ozone layer. And for that reason, I strongly believe that leaders in every country should take control over distribution of privately owned cars to public. The government is really working hard on providing people an alternative means of transportation and accessible to service users as well, hence public transport should be utilized. Citing an example, we have the light railway transport that we have in our country. Given that this is...
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