The Automobile Industry was one of the major outcomes of the Industrial Revolution, without which the current world wouldn't be even imaginable. Having a car, in the last years of the 18th century, certainly made life easier for the people as before its advent, aplenty horse-pulled carts were rolling about, in England. While I do understand and agree that the growth of the automobile industry, especially the cars, has made life simpler and the world smaller, I believe that an uncontrolled abundance of them would cause severe, adverse effects on the environment due to the resources they require and their effluent by-products.
Since the first car appeared in Britain in 1888, the world as changed, and the car ownership has increased significantly and in 2000 the number of vehicles on British roads was around 29 million.
Millions of vehicles have flooded have flooded Britain road by the year 2000.This is in huge difference with the first car approved in the year 1888. Though, availability and usage of public transport is vital than having individuals vehicles in the area which can help both society and government.
Millions of vehicles have flooded have flooded Britain road by the year 2000.This is in huge difference with the first car approved in the year 1888. Though, availability and usage of public transport are more vital than having individual vehicles in the area which can help both society and government.
The cars are used many people around the world. They are different company's are produced by the different models. Some company's are produced by small amount of price and some company's are produced by large amount of price. The car's are normally used and some other purpose used many people around the world. The company's are manufacturing different models then people attracted more in the world.
Using cars as a mean of transportation is becoming increasingly popular all around the world. It is widely believed that other modes of transportation need to be promoted and international and global laws and rules should be imposed to take a control over owning and utilizing the cars. I strongly agree with that statement by considering the harmful effects that have been occurred due to rising number of private cars. Therefore, this essay will discuss the potential negative impacts that have been caused due to cars and the way how above said measure can be tackled this problem.
From the ancient ages to our days people want to move as fast as it possible. Horses, diligences, and finally cars became our forms of transportation. Number of the last increased drastically throughout last 100 years. On the one hand these vehicles increased people's life speed, but on the other they are great source of pollution, accidents and noise. Some people think that should be encouraged alternative form of transportation introduced international laws to control car ownership and use. I totally agree with this statement.
Since 1888, cars drive on British streets and in 2000 we already had 29 million vehicles in Britain. Some people think, that alternative transportation forms should be encouraged and vehicle and it would be good to control ownership and use by international laws. This essay agrees with this approach and wants to point out some reasons.
The last century saw a huge increase in numbers of cars on roads due to the rapid advancement in technology and the increase in purchasing power of people. This trend has a numerous negative effects on society and its inhabitants, so i completely agree with the promotion of public transport and enforcement of international laws, in order to reduce the increasing numbers of cars.
This chart represents the category of men, women and children who daily consume five portions of fruits and vegetables in UK during period between 2001 and 2008.
Pollution is the main problem or leading cause of different diseases specially respiratory disease. This should be control to avoid global warming and pollution. The cause of this type of pollution is combustion of gasses from vehicles. There are so many types of vehicles introduce every year which attract people towards itself but there is not any good improvement to control this pollution .
It has been argued that whether we should encourage the different types of transportation and universal laws which are about ownership and control the car use as there has been a lot of personal and public transport in Britain roughly 29 million. And as far as I am concerned, both can be correct.
With a rapid growth of the human population in recent decades, there is also an increasing demand for transportation among people. Personal vehicles, which are convenient and reliable, have become one of the main transport means. From my perspective, I strongly agree that the number of personal vehicles should be limited, and other alternative transportations should be introduced.
Since the introduction of the first car on British soil in 1888, the amount of cars has grown exponentially to almost 30 million automobiles in 2000. Although I do agree alternative ways of transportation should be promoted. I think using laws to restric its ownership however is a bridge too far.
Since the introduction of the first car on British soil in 1888, the amount of cars has grown exponentially to almost 30 million automobiles in 2000. Although I do agree alternative ways of transportation should be promoted. I think using laws to restric its possession however is a bridge too far.
Nowadays. There is a common sense of satisfaction among all the people to have their car while the other means of transportation should be advised by the governments to set laws for car owners and motivate them to use public transportation. I agree with this subject because the large numbers of cars need more parking lots and they will have an undoubted effect on the environment.
In the last 1000 years, the number of cars sold to the public in the U.K. has risen dramatically. To tackle the problem, I agree with the idea of encouraging alternative forms of transport and, to some extent, introduce laws to control car ownership and use. As a matter of fact, the growth trend of car usage poses a serious threat to the environment. Also, people should rely on public transportation infrastructures. Lastly, original solutions to pro-capita car usage are being introduced.
Since their invention by the end of the 19th century, the use and the number of cars on the roads have increased tremendously in Britain as well as in other countries. Cars have indeed made traveling easier, but they have disastrous consequences for nature and mankind. Therefore, I agree with the argument that public measures such as enhancing other forms of transport and passing international laws should be taken to reduce the negative impact of cars.
Nowadays, there is a lot of cars on British road and they have increased day to day. By the year 2000 these may be as many as 29 million vehicles on British roads. In this essay, I intend to examine, about the solutions of these problems.
Cars are arguably among the most impactful inventions to date. Since the start of them, the number of cars has increased at an unparalleled pace, resulting in the fact that 29 million vehicles are projected to run around Britain in 2000. It is suggested by many people that the British government should impose regulations in favour of other means of transportation, so that the excessive use of cars can be hampered. From my perspective, I strongly support this measure for many reasons.