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? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.
In British, the first car was seen in the year 1888. After 112 years, there were 29 million vehicles was increased. Due to this alternative transport was introduced and the government has introduced a law in car ownership and its usage. This essay will discuss agree and disagree with the law. International law should be introduced to control car ownership and use. Therefore, the rise in cars, a lot of roads was made additionally, increasing road cuts the trees. Cutting the tree is harmful to the environment as well as its harm to Earth. There will be a problem to park the car in the country if the law was not introduced. To illustrate, peoples want to invest money in a property like land, hotel, shop, and restaurants. As a result, improvement in the property, the government gets more tax so it will be used to develop the country. However, the law will give a bad effect on poor and middle humans. Because of this rule, only rich people will get the benefit but other local people want to use local transport. All local and middle people can't buy the car if they have money. Lifetime the people used local transport moreover, local transport takes more time to travel from one place to another place. While private cars take less time to travel. There are so many places in the world where the facility of public transport is not available. Due to this, the reason people are to purchase private cars. For example, in villages, the local population did not know the meaning of public transportation they used as a bike, tractors, and scooters to travel to another place. The problem of the solution that the government should fix the public vehicle in towns so it is beneficial for all local people. To conclude, the government should introduce the law in the metropolitan cities also this law is harmful to the village, poor, and middle group people.
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