The first car appeared on British roads in 1888. By the year 2000 there may be as many as 29 million vehicles on British roads. Alternative forms of transport should be encouraged and international laws introduced to control car ownership and use. To what extent do you agree or disagree.

It is expected that by the 21st century 29 million vehicles will be there on British roads where the initial car was introduced in the year 1888. So, it is believed that to reduce the number of cars and usage of different mode of transport should be used along with the implementation of international regulations. In my opinion, I completely agree that different modes, controlled ownership and laws will minimize the number of cars on
road
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the road
. The
first
benefit of controlling car ownership by using public transport is that it will be economical for the commuters. People will spend almost half of the money by travelling
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on
public transport as compared to cars which become expensive due to higher cost of fuel.
This
, in turn, will allow them to allocate the saved money for other productive purposes. Another reason for limiting the number of cars on the road is to avoid traffic jams. During peak hours, there
is
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are
a lot of traffic on roads because all people use personal cars for commuting.
This
traffic, in turn, creates
air
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an air
-pollution and noise-pollution which affects the health of people immensely. It creates breathing issues and can lead to hazardous lung diseases as well.
Finally
, controlled ownership of cars will reduce the count of road accidents and
hence
giving a sense of satisfaction and security among the family members. In conclusion, the purchase of new cars should be discouraged by motivating commuters to use alternative medium of transportation and by implementing international rules and regulations.
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