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Great point David. I agree, "freedom" was a big positive motivation in the last century to drive a car. Now this "freedom" is a burden, not an advantage.

David Lubic

Their parents may have grumbled about driving, but the younger generation, seeing the real operational problems with it (wasted time, wasted money, unnecessary frustration) and not wanting to deal with it, is doing something about it.

In my opinion, what the pro-car crowd doesn't get is that driving is no longer the "freedom" it's been billed as for decades. Instead it's become boring and frustrating, and of course now recognized as dangerous.

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