Source 2, Facts Along the Road, says that about 36,000 people were killed in auto accidents in 2009. However, with all the improvements made on cars the chances of car accidents are rapidly going down. Also in some cities around the country in which automobile accidents are common, police officers and state government officials are improving conditions by making the streets safer for drivers and pedestrians. Additionally, Running off the Road says that “With their large petroleum-based fuel, cars constantly spew carbon monoxide into the air.” A solution to this is the manufacturing that many large companies are doing to create cheaper and more efficient electric cars. Companies like Tesla are already mass producing cars that cause much less damage to the environment.
Although many disagreed with the road because of the loss of homes and natural habitat, more people supported the road. The cold war played a big role to the majority of the population because of the fear of being wiped out by a nuclear weapon. The people who were scared wanted safer and larger roads so they could easily escape. Large businesses also supported the road so that they could make more money. Car companies also would benefit from better roads as the people would want cars to drive.
For example, the country that minimum age driving is eighteen never allow to people take license before complete eighteen years. Every year, more than 5000 teens die due to car accident so upgrading the driving age gives meaning and would reduce accidents. However, driving age should be raised to twenty in order to benefit both the personal interest and community interest. Personal interest is the primary reason why driving age should be raised to twenty. So the teenagers are the main benefit because of many reasons but unfortunately they would take subject of raise driving age as a punishment.
Weekend trips to the country became popular, because before the farthest one could travel in one trip was fifteen miles or less. Horses and carriages did not travel long distance. Henry Ford changed lives of women because they can move around more and give them freedom to leave the home. Personality traits that Henry Ford made him great he valued human capital , he believed in equality and he was also emotionally intelligent. I can apply those lessons to my life by the failures and experiences that Henry Ford went thru and didn't give up and there is a quote by Henry Ford that inspired me “ Failures is simply an opportunity to begin again , this time more intelligent “ , you can look up Henry Ford by his accomplishments and struggles that he went through and how many times he failed to be where he is as one of the biggest Automobile Companies in the
In the Second Industrial Revolution, the most important invention was the automobile. The automobile in the United States of America was made in the early 1890’s. This invention was the most important because of these three main reasons, faster, it was convenient, and you had freedom of going to other places. The automobile had made transportation much faster. Instead of traveling by foot they were able too used an object much faster and easier.
Seatbelts A seat belt, also known as a safety belt, is designed to protect you in the event of a crash. Seat belts save 9,500 lives each year. People who disagree with seat belt laws say that they take away their rights. Not wearing a seat belt has said to have caused more damage to people when in a crash. Seat belts do more good than they do harm, and it is illegal to drive without wearing one.
The Republicans Presidents adopted a 'laissez-faire' meaning to leave alone, this policy allowed big businesses to expand without the government to get in the way. The republicans also believed that if they lowered the taxation, it would enable people to keep more money and people would reinvest their money in industries. The outlook of the boom in the 1920s was it was something that help with the future. The big boom help develop many technological stuff, our technology today is developing more and more everyday. Without the boom, many of the population now wouldn't have the jobs they have now.
I used it during family trips and when I was running errands for my family. For two years, I felt how much of value the car is because it managed to work smoothly. The gas consumption was also not bad for a second-hand car. When it finally showed signs that it will soon be not as functional as before, I felt sad but at the same time was okay with it because I know it was bound to happen. My dad told me that cars are meant to retire one day because they also have their lifespans.
The Transportation Revolution in the U.S. was a time of economic and social growth because it encouraged Americans to look beyond their local communities. The Revolution increased the economic benefits one could reap from producing goods by providing a more efficient way to move goods from one area to another by using canals or railroads. The Revolution in the mid 19th century also connected the East to the West, allowing for faster movement of goods from point A to point B. Before the 1820’s, many farmers produced what they needed to in order to be self-sustaining, meaning trade was minimal and there was little interaction between different areas of the U.S. The Transportation Revolution changed this, providing a commercial economy people
Today transporting material and traveling is so much faster and easier then during the Industrial Revolution. Sadly some ways of transportation end up polluting and ruining the air and are health, cars and vehicles have been polluting the environment for years but there one of our most commonly used way of transportation. Cars that use diesel are said to be a little bit better for the environment than gasoline and there has been new ideas such as hydrogen cars, so we are trying to make improvements to our ways of transportation, but we have been hearing about these problems for a very long time and it seems like only a little few improvements have been being