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The unlimited use of cars may cause many problems. What are the problems? In order to reduce the problems, should we discourage people to use cars?

Car use has been a topic of polarization in recent years. While numerous benefits brought about by automobiles are undeniable, many people express concerns about their thinly-veiled threats to human society. This essay aims to shed light on these implications and suggest ways to discourage car use.

It is admitted that the excessive consumption of petrol-powered vehicles may come with multiple consequences. Undue car travelling has inevitable environmental costs. Technically, the burning of fossil fuel, which is an indispensable part of an automobile engine, discharges a plethora of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Not only does carbon footprint from cars culminate in air contamination, but it also gives a rise to respiratory diseases in the human body. Furthermore, the increasing human’s dependence on automobiles is also the key contribution to traffic congestion. As much as the convenience offered by petrol-operated vehicles, multiple segments of society prefer not to walk, cycle or take public transit. As an unavoidable consequence, the number of traffic jams spotted at rush hours is uncontrollably expanding. This is not to mention further results such as work productivity or the negative feelings of being held up in a traffic jam for hours.

There are several measures that could be taken to diminish widespread car use. In an attempt to reduce the demand for private vehicles and ensure environmental sustainability, the government should enact policies to enhance the quality of public transports, as well as encourage people to support more eco-friendly alternatives. Another promising solution is the imposition of progressive taxes on car ownership. Without a doubt, highly increased car prices will discourage multiple purchasers, rendering them to gravitate towards a more financially affordable method.

To sum up, with all the adverse impacts on society caused by massive car utilization, the government should take the initiative to dissuade people from consuming automobiles.

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Car use has been a topic of polarization in recent years. (Many students have a memorized response to a topic asking for an opinion. They use words like "debate" and "controversy" or "attention". Yours is similar. It is simply not true. Examiners do not reward these "memorized" responses.) While the numerous benefits brought about by automobiles are undeniable, many people express concerns about their thinly-veiled threats (I do not understand this point. The topic is "unlimited" use of cars, not just some or a moderate use. Do cars threaten us?) to human society. This essay aims to shed light on these implications and suggest ways to discourage car use.


The examiner knows you are writing an essay. They know the topic. Do not write statements like "my essay addresses this topic." or "In my essay, I will discuss this.." It gives the examiner no idea about your ideas. Such sentences will not get you the best results. Never mention your essay.

Instead, write a thesis statement. That is the conclusion or main point. It answers the essay prompt.

e.g. Here are the prompts. You must address both of them in your thesis statement.

What are the problems? In order to reduce the problems, should we discourage people to use cars?

Here is an example thesis statement.

The main problems of too many cars on the roads are rush-hour traffic jams and air pollution. Although there are many alternatives to reducing these effects, convincing people to use other means of transportation is a very good approach.

It is admitted that the excessive consumption (wrong word.) of petrol-powered vehicles may come with multiple consequences. Undue car travelling (very poor English) First, it has inevitable environmental costs. Technically, the burning of fossil fuel, which is an indispensable part of an automobile engine, discharges a plethora (wrong word.) of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Not only does carbon footprint (wrong word.) from cars culminate in air contamination, (That is not true. Carbon dioxide is an essential component of the atmosphere. Plants require it to grow. It is the other emissions, such as nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide that are harmful to the lungs.) but it also gives a rise to respiratory diseases in the human body. Furthermore, the increasing human’s (wrong word.) dependence on automobiles is also the key contribution to traffic congestion. As much as Because of the convenience offered by cars, petrol-operated vehicles, multiple segments of society people prefer not to walk, cycle or take public transit. As an unavoidable consequence, the number of traffic jams, especially during the morning and evening spotted at rush hours, is uncontrollably expanding. This is not to mention further results such as work productivity (Isn't more productivity good?) or the negative feelings of being held up in a traffic jam for hours.

There are several measures that could be taken to decrease diminish widespread car use. In an attempt to reduce the demand for private vehicles and ensure environmental sustainability, the government should enact policies to enhance the quality of improve the public transportation systems, as well as encourage people to use support more eco-friendly alternatives. Another promising solution is the imposition of progressive taxes on car ownership. Without a doubt, highly increased car prices will discourage multiple purchasers, causing rendering them to gravitate towards a more financially affordable method of commuting.

To sum up, with all the adverse impacts on society caused by massive car utilization, the government should take the initiative to dissuade people from consuming (We do not eat them.) automobiles.