(Periodically we carry guest posts of possible interest to readers Today's guest author is Teresa Stewart. We welcome different perspectives.)
There was once a time in American history where people didn't need automobiles to get from Point A to Point B. After the invention of the car, large cities and the Interstate system, however, a vehicle is now more of a necessity than a luxury. In larger cities though, such as New York, it's very easy to get around via public transportation. Regardless of convenience, there are still many who prefer not to use these methods of mass transit. Fortunately, there are now methods of getting from Point A to B that can save people money while simultaneously allowing them to avoid purchasing their own vehicle or taking mass transit.