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24 / F / Las Vegas nevada
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Posted 2/26/15
I like trasnportation because more friendly people in it than the road
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45 / M / savannah
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Posted 2/26/15
Cars are freedom I have had to use public before and it really sucks. I was happy it was there though No transport is far worse
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25 / F / Hoth
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Posted 2/26/15
My city has a serious lack of adequate public transpo, so I usually drive pretty much everywhere I need to go. In the summer, when possible, I bike or walk.
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25 / M / Dallas
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Posted 2/27/15 , edited 2/27/15
Car. It became increasingly difficult to get to and from work. I was tired of relying on others.
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17 / F / Basketball Court
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Posted 2/27/15
Public Transportation is the only option because my family doesn't own a car and we get a free bus pass from school.
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Posted 2/27/15
we have a lousy public transport system so car is usually better
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18 / M
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Posted 2/27/15
well you see, if you take the bus down here, theres always gonna be that one guy that stares at ass all day, so i try my best to stick to the car.
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23 / M / Germany
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Posted 2/27/15
Public transportation, because

1. It's free for me (University student )
2. It's not really slower than driving. There's a tram that comes every 5 minutes that takes about 10 minutes to the city center.
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21 / F / Bay Area
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Posted 2/27/15
I live in San Francisco so public transportation is a must. If you drive you will spend 2 hours looking for parking. Other than that i usually use my car
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It doesn't matter.
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Posted 2/27/15 , edited 2/27/15
almost always public transportation.
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21 / F / Los Angeles
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Posted 2/27/15
Car in rural areas, public transportation in the cities. Try driving in LA, you'll get pissed real quick
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24 / M / Ohio, USA
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Posted 2/27/15
Car... don't trust others driving.
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22 / M / Hongdae
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Posted 2/27/15
Car, I wish I lived in a place where I didnt have to drive or couldnt. More exercise, less expensive for gas/car upkeep, and a list of other benefits.

Places like japan and new york are more economical in the fact that a lot of people can walk down the street to a grocery store or to a small food market to get what they need where smaller/mid population places have to drive somewhere.

If I want to go out to eat or go get groceries anywhere, I have to drive 15 minutes one way. If I want to eat somewhere for lunch break from work, its a 20 minute drive there which gives me like 5 minutes to wolf my food down and get back.
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Posted 2/27/15
Public transit or walking. I have a car, but I only use it to go places that I can't get to easily via public transit.
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15 / M / Northern California
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Posted 2/27/15
Car because in California they don't have School Buses
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