Banning Cars Essay

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Banning Cars There are always two sides of the story. In this essay I am going show the good points and the bad points about banning cars. Many things have to be considered before a change of this magnitude can happen. I will also express my own opinion to show what a person of the public would think of the change. ====================================================================== The good points weigh out the bad points by a long way. One big reason for this is pollution and the environment. The environment has been effected by cars and their pollution from the time cars were invented. The pollution that comes from cars is made up of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, and many…show more content…
From a persons point of view banning cars would be great they would become more fit and healthier from walking or riding. There would be less need for doctors and argent cases could be looked at sooner. People would spend less money on doctor's fees and hospital costs. People wouldn't have to pay up to 50 dollars a week on petrol and the cost for car maintenance. The deaths on the road would almost be zero except for public transport accidents. Emergency services could respond a lot quicker with no traffic to contend with. There would be many problems if cars were banned. The time taken to get from one place to another would be ridiculous. People who work along way from home would either have to quite and find one closer or move closer to work. This would cause over crowding around the city and near big companies that have a lot of employees and a greater unemployment percentage. Lazy people would procrastinate even more. The businesses that revolve around cars like Holden, Ford, petrol companies and many other car and auto services would go broke. This would mean even more unemployed and a lose of revenue for the government through taxes. There would be too many people using public transport so more trains, busses and trams would have to be made defeating the purpose of banning cars. The price for public transport
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