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In this modern world the majority of people in rich cities own cars Cars are cool comfortable and convenient But have people ever thought about and realized the damage private cars are doing to our community I think not People buy cars for their own benefit with no regard for the fact that the emissions from vehicles are contributing to global warming Moreover especially in overpopulated Hong Kong the high density of private cars causes massive traffic jams and accidents Therefore the environment would be better off if private cars were banned in Hong Kong It would not only reduce the effect of global warming but also decrease the risk of disastrous accidents Therefore I strongly believe that all private cars should be banned in Hong Kong for the benefit of our polluted society Hospital deaths due to respiratory and circulatory diseases and nitrogen dioxide and respiratory moralities reflect the impact of air pollution in Hong Kong caused by car emissions A lot of people are suffering from asthma attack due to the polluted air in Hong Kong And there is too much oxide going into the atmosphere and producing the greenhouse effect In Hong Kong nearly 10 of the population own cars And the density of traffic is really high meaning if everyone drives their car at the same time there is not enough road space to accommodate all cars So there will be more traffic jams and a much higher risk of accidents In one week there is at least a few car crashes and on a yearly basis there is bound to be at least a few hundreds Also getting caught in a traffic jam wastes a lot of fuel with undue emissions causing even more air pollution Fuels are expensive in Hong Kong and fossil fuels are running out rapidly If people do not take private cars and use public transport instead then less fuel is used
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