How the Automobile Culture Changed America Essay

659 Words Oct 28th, 2012 3 Pages
Whether or nor the inventor of the car imagine our developed automobile industry and very convenient transportation facilities may don’t be known. Obvious no man had more effect on the daily lives of most people in the United States than did Henry ford a pioneer in automobile production. Automobile culture change America society in different ways. For example, lifestyle, infrastructure and economy. There’s no question about that car is a necessity, we don’t lose it. Automobile culture changed our lifestyle. In matter of dating, “(Kim Kenney) before cars, young men and women spent time together in a chaperoned situation called “courting”. Once the automobile became mainstream, young couples could go out on dates beyond the watchful eyes …show more content…
Automobile industry also brings environment contamination and the new situation of the crime. Environment contamination becomes more and more seriously caused by gasoline burns. “(Lisa Hassler) the billion cars on the roads today are creating some serious problems. We are reaching our peak oil — the point where the maximum rate of petroleum production is reached and goes into an unstoppable decline, forcing us to turn to dirty tar sands oil.” More worrying, some of new situation of the crime appeared. Nobody was sure what time the On-board video has become widely popular with drivers, especially those with children. This On-board video often provide some pornographic and violence video to children. “(Davi Kirby)

"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," a surprising number choose racier fare Andre Gainey, for example, was playing a pornographic video on three screens in his Mercedes last February as he drove past a police station in Schenectady, N.Y. Mr. Gainey, 35, was arrested and later convicted of a misdemeanor charge of public display of sexual material and other violations. Last August he was sentenced to three weekends in jail. Few cars are equipped with as many screens as Mr. Gainey's. But complaints from people who have spotted explicit images on screens inside cars are growing nearly as fast as on-board DVD sales. According to, an online trade
Open Document