According to data which was shown in an article in 1888 for the first time on the British road, people started to use a car, which reached 29 million in 2000. However, some people claim that we should use other types of vehicles and the government must apply strict regulations for car owners.
I tend to consider, that the appearance of an endless number of cars does not have benefits for our life. Therefore, in my opinion, it will be better to introduce new laws and find other ways or tools to move.
First of all, thanks to the advent of the latest technologies we can create something new and make experiments which can help make a diverse range of other vehicles. For instance, more developed bikes for 2-4 people that are capable of moving by electric or battery. Moreover, it is worth considering that it will help solve both issues such as traffic jams and air pollution.
Second, another point to consider is strict laws will be the best way to control using and buying cars. What I am trying to say, that by applying certain laws we can reduce the ever-increasing stream of cars. For example, banning the use of old machines moving by petrol and increasing taxes on the cars. Particularly, the last one of these recommendations will help improve using public transport.
To sum up, I strongly believe that there should be introduced less harmful types of transport and use severe criteria to allow cars to move as well as climb taxes on machines.
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