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Originally Posted by tandempower View Post
The automotive culture has had the various levels of government catering to it since Model T times. Eisenhower launched the interstate highway system to try to move motor-traffic out of the cities onto the highways, among other reasons. Ever since mass production of automobiles began, governments have been struggling with what to do with them all. The companies producing them were not concerned with anything except making money with them and lobbying governments to support them in doing so. As a result, cars and trucks litter so many landscapes, along with the pavement that's been poured for them as their red carpet. Only the fact that they've become culturally normalized is it not blatantly obvious what a huge pile of metal and pavement they form almost everywhere you go.
you could have saved time and effort by just admitting you are trying to avoid admitting you fellow citizens are not impressed with a business practice that reminds them of abandoned shopping carts. So you cannot provide links to rental cars just left on the street, in parks or in front of apartments. I didnít think so.

starting a subject for debate and dragging it into a diatribe against societies favored treatment of a different subject is intellectual bate and switch.

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