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> And with all the money you save on gas, you can buy a little cabin out in the country and enjoy real nature there a few weekends a year.

1. At peak, I only spend $1800/year on gas. Even if that doubled or tripled, that's not enough to buy a cabin in the country - not by a long shot.

2. If I had a cabin in the woods, how would I get to/from it without a vehicle?

3. I don't want to enjoy "real nature" a few weekends a year. I want to enjoy it every day when I get home from work.

Owning and driving a vehicle is about freedom. Freedom to go where I want, when I want, with whom I want. Freedom always makes an exchange for risk (cost, crashing, health, etc) but I wouldn't exchange my freedom for any of those. If you would, that's fine, but don't tread on me.




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