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Cars. Pollution, necessity or just showing off? Have you ever tried to imagine this world without cars?

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Introduction

CARS - POLLUTION, NECESSITY OR SHOW OFF Have you ever tried to imagine this world without cars? Just close your eyes and imagine the centre of Skopje with no cars. Don't you think that it would be wonderful? Empty streets, no traffic jams, no nervous drivers or what is even better no car accidents. Then, why do we need them? What role do they play in our lives? ...read more.

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My mom needs her car to go to the market and bring all the things we need at home. On the other hand, people also drive cars to show off or as a status symbol. Millions of euros are spent each year on new, expensive cars. For some people it is very important to show the others that they can afford the latest model of Mercedes Benz or BMW. ...read more.

Conclusion

Still, there are so many cars in the streets that it is becoming a very serious problem. Special teams of scientists in the car factories are working on projects to find alternative types of fuel that would be harmless to the nature. I know that people will go on driving their cars, old, new, cheap, expensive, small and big. It really doesn't matter what kind they are, we need them. However, we also need to spend some time thinking whether we can substitute the car with other means of transport like buses, bikes or we can even walk whenever possible. ...read more.

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