In the passage, “Public Transportation is the Way to Go” it discusses one 's opinion on it. It doesn’t give any cons to it, just all the pros. It says how this can save you money, save gas, take you places faster if you don’t have a vehicle, and allow you to do other things while on the bus/train; like reading, napping, playing on your electronic device, etc. There are pros and cons to this, of course like anything else in the world. The first reason why public transportation is good is that it will save you money.
You may also have plans to travel locally while on vacation such as taking a train or bus or even renting a recreational vehicle, and it may be less expensive. They may also be more fun, particularly if traveling with children. It’s all about fun! The reason you are going on a vacation is to have a relaxing time and a give an enjoyable time for your kids. So plan it!
Going by train or bus might result in a slightly longer ride, but you don’t have to drive, it’s much safer than taking your own car, and it’s better for yourself and the environment. Plus, taking public transportation lets you avoid all the hassles that come with driving your car everywhere you need to go everyday, like having to find and pay for parking, spend for fuel and vehicle maintenance, or deal with mean drivers in traffic. If the bus or train lines are not easily accessible for some reason, you can join a carpool, preferably with people who drive well. Carpooling has some of the same benefits of public transportation. You’ll save money, you won’t have to drive every day, and fewer cars on the road translates to safer driving conditions, fewer traffic jams, and more parking spaces for those who need them.
There will be no need to travel far to get a decent price on diesel anymore. I can recall times my parent had to take detours on a trip, or take an extra 15 minutes so she can get gas at a decent price. People would also not have to spend money on buying a car. Soon, the norm will be that people “will no longer spend thousands of dollars on a new car” (Haskins and Whitt 4). Therefore, buying a car won’t be necessary when a person isn’t in control of the car.
Have a plan of how you want to travel and then budget for it. Find out as much information as you can about the options you have and come up with a budget of how much you are willing to spend on everything. A great way to get information is by using travel agencies. They can provide you with information about
A consideration to keep in mind is if a family member or friend couldn’t find a specific time to assist us, then we would have to take a public transportation bus. This would be the most convenient transportation, because it wouldn’t require too much communication. We would be able to visualize the city and our environment. We wouldn’t have to explain to the bus driver where we needed to go; we would have a choice of where we wanted to go since buses drive in a routine cycle. With this diagnosis, we would be able to recognize where Walmart was, where the bus stop was, and know when to get off.
Before asking my parents, I knew I needed to research how much a car, insurance, and maintenance would be to show my parents that I was serious about wanting to buy my own car. After I did my research I knew I needed to wait until both my parents were together and in good moods to ask them. Therefore I waited until it was a Friday, so that both my parents would be more relaxed knowing that they did not have to go to work for a couple of days. Another reason I knew it was a good time was because lately, they had grown weary of me asking to use their car, especially when they needed the car for
Before when I would ask my parents for money to go shopping they would tell me no. They don 't always have enough for me to be able to do that, so I used my paycheck money to go shopping a lot. Although I love to shop, I am pretty good at saving my money. I went to my dad after my first paycheck and told him that I wanted to start a savings account. I thought of it all on my own.
According to Fleet Crama, “...there is no gas to buy, no oil to change, no smog checks, and fewer parts to break or wear out.” With cheaper prices, regardless of whether a student right out of high school is buying the vehicle or if a person with a high income rate is buying it, the price will always be lower compared to a gas vehicle. In essence, when owning an electric vehicle, people can take the money spent on a gas vehicle and use it for something else. Even though gas vehicles cost $30,000, while the average EV costs $32,000 ( according to Investing General), electric vehicles do not have to worry about the prices that come from all the costs of maintenance requirements and just the cost of the car itself. So, even though a gas vehicle is $2,000 cheaper , due to all the other requirements such as maintenance, gas vehicle owners will end up paying more for their car than an electric vehicle
Nowadays, people prefer to riding a bike or walking to a certain place because cars have become too expensive to pay; they have to pay for insurance, gasoline, and damages if an accident occurs. Biking or walking to your destination provides exercise and is