Comment 86747

By mikeyj (registered) | Posted February 25, 2013 at 16:40:29 in reply to Comment 86742

There is an assumption held still that anyone who can afford a car would inherently want to pay for the luxury of owning a car, and value such time savings over the near constant financial drain of an automobile.

Not that owning a car is wrong, just that it is a luxury, and treating it as a necessity only fuels mistaken beliefs like: Transit users don't have a "choice in how they get around" & Car owners are "the folks who can afford to pay full fare".

Which are pretty silly things to assume.

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