Why I’m never going to buy a car


There are plenty of reasons why I’ll never buy a car. For starters, they’re expensive. Even a used car can cost thousands of dollars, and that’s money that I could be using to save for a house or invest in my future. They’re also a hassle to maintain. You have to keep up with regular oil changes and tune-ups, and if something goes wrong, it can be very costly to fix.

Additionally, cars are a major source of pollution. They emit harmful gases into the atmosphere that contribute to climate change and global warming. Electric cars are becoming more popular, but they’re still not widely available or affordable. And even if they were, the infrastructure to support them (charging stations, etc.) is not yet in place.

Finally, I simply don’t enjoy driving. I find it stressful and tedious. I would much rather take public transportation or ride my bike. Why add another unnecessary chore to my life when I can get around just fine without a car?

For all of these reasons, I have no desire to own a car. And I’m certainly not alone in this decision. More and more people are choosing to “go car-free” and it’s a trend that is only likely to continue in the years to come.

1 Comment

  1. I completely agree! Cars are such a big expense and they cause so much pollution. I don’t enjoy driving either, so I would rather not have to deal with it. Public transportation and biking are great alternatives that I hope more people start using.

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