More money on public transportation

It is difficult to decide how governments should use their limited budget to improve its country. Some people argue that roads and highways should be repaired or developed, while some people claim that it is more beneficial to improve public transportation systems. In my opinion, governments should spend more money on developing public transportation. There…

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The professor totally refutes the idea made by the reading passage. Although the text says smart cars made enormous benefits to us, the woman disagree with the statement. First, the writing insists technology of the smart cars protect human from car accidents, saving many lifes. However, the lecture cast doubt on the point by informing…

bicycle accidents

At first glance, the conclusion of the author that education people about bicycle safety is more important to reduce the number of serious injuries from bicycle accidents that encouraging bicyclists to wear helmets seems reasonable. However, this argument not only suffers from logical flaws but also bases its conclusion upon several questionable assumptions. Before making…

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Although it is a responsibility for the government to try their best to save the lives of their people, we are supposed to make some planning in a right way. The author hold the view that Prunty County should increase lane widths, resurface rough highway, and improve visibility at dangerous intersections like the Butler County…

Banning no solution

Road safety and reduction of casualties due to automotive accidents has become a paramount task for municipal bodies. On one hand, studies dictate that clamping down on the number of vehicles on the road at a given time, the frequency of road accidents can be brought down. Another school of thought supports the idea of…

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The Argument here given suggests that the teenagers are required to take the driver’s education at the Centerville High School. The argument is though seeming valid and an approprite step to be taken; is based on many assumption that are not bolster by sufficient information. Without that the argument is not provable. First and main…