You can follow him on Twitter if you are so inclined. Being a police officer is not one of those professions.
Should the sale of large Car be banned? Car's transport cement to build houses, Have you ever thought if it would be like that if we had no trucks.
Can get quite scared.
Some people need large cars. They may have 3 or more children to transport. They may also just feel safer in a large car. Supply and demand it is called. It is also called freedom, which is still alive in America despite attempt of some to control every aspect of our lives as in banning the sale of vehicles the consumer wants.
Why should or shouldn't cars be banned from the city centre?
Cars have been the worlds most efficient way of transport since they have been invented. I assume that this question is considering banning the cars because of the accidents t…hey have been involved in.
Therefore, cars should not be banned but more or less people should be banned from driving them. Inattentive and reckless driving should always be prohibited regardless of the cause. No, they should not.
We cannot go back to the days of the horse and buggy. Our economy runs on the automobile and trucks and without them we would starve to death.SOU-R GRAPES World Cup England chant ‘football’s coming home’ should be BANNED from future tournaments, claims Graeme Souness.
The respected Automotive News suggested this and all heck broke loose. Here on TreeHugger we do have a tendency to complain about big gas guzzlers and talk a lot about the safety of people who. Cars should be banned!
If everyone is so worried that the world is being destroyed by bad gases in the air then stop driving cars! And littering! And wasting the earths recou. Should Pavement Parking Be Banned in the UK? Since the Scottish bill made the landmark announcement, rumours have been circling that the Department for Transport is considering rewriting the national traffic laws to make pavement parking illegal across the UK.
Should talking to a passenger be banned? Listing to an audio book is slightly less cognitive load as a conversation, but the driver might be listening to the audio book close to % of the time. Should audio books be banned from cars?
My favorite is the sidewalk argument. The safety issue is not most fundamentally hitting a pedestrian with headphones or falling due to the unpredictable sharp turns that many sidewalks have, it’s reduced visibility to cars as you cross both side streets and intersections.