You know we can’t have the peasants driving their cars whenever/wherever they want. They must be controlled. The $50/gal tax on freedom is the answer.
I suspect that I am the oldest poster here, so a little lesson on how things once were:
I am old enough to remember when the fellows who left the farm to work in town ended up living across the road from the plant in which they worked.
They could not afford a car. In fact, there were very few cars and the roads were mostly dirt and gravel.
They walked across the road to work in the plant..
When they needed groceries or clothes, the walked to the company store.
Remember that famous line in Ernie Ford’s song....”I owe my soul to the company store”?
That was the real world.
When Henry Ford made the T Model and gasoline became available at a price the working man could pay, the world changed.
Now he could commute to a nearby town and a better job.
If you want to go back to those days.......