Car Enthusiasts Should Hate Car Dependency. Here’s Why.

I’ve loved cars since I was a kid. I’ve owned 60 cars in my life and currently own 9. How did I go from being an absolute car fanatic to someone that can’t stand car dependency? In this video, we delve deep into the issues surrounding our automobile-centric society:

  • The endless hours lost to traffic congestion.
  • The threats posed to our children.
  • The alarming fatalities from distracted driving and flawed vehicle designs.
  • The troubling reasons behind bigger cars and the higher risks they pose.
  • The questionable decisions of traffic engineers and the infrastructure built for speed over safety.
  • Unveiling how the auto industry actively promoted car dependency.
  • The disturbing history of how low-income neighborhoods bore the brunt of freeway constructions.
  • The alarming shift from pedestrian rights to vehicle dominance.
  • How the car industry redefined ‘accidents’ as ‘crashes’.
  • How other nations are getting public transportation right.
  • And importantly, the crucial role car enthusiasts can play in reshaping this narrative.

Join me in exploring how it’s completely possible to adore cars but advocate for a balanced and safer transportation ecosystem. 🚗💔🚆🌍🚶‍♂️🚲

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