The American car market accounts for 16, 2% of the world's total car market but has experienced a decline in the total number of sales during year 2009 (Datamonitor, 2009). This means that many Americans have become dependent on public transport or other ways of moving across cities. However, public transportation are not always a facility available in many American cities and buses stops running after a certain point in the night or in a specific area making it hard for a cities citizens going to work among other thing.
Also, the decline in the American economy has made it impossible for many to afford a car causing the car industry to decline in sales.
For the past couple year's new green solutions have been developed and public transportation extended making it easier, for people without a car, to get around cities. Also, the fact of been environmental awareness and protect the environment from future damage has been a growing trend among consumers.
[...] Also, the decline in the American economy has made it impossible for many to afford a car causing the car industry to decline in sales. For the past couple year's new green solutions have been developed and public transportation extended making it easier, for people without a car, to get around cities. Also, the fact of been environmental awareness and protect the environment from future damage has been a growing trend among consumers. Concept The concept is thought to combine the growing environmental awareness with providing a sustainable driving solution to people without car and who wishes to be less reluctant on public transport when driving to work or shopping. [...]
[...] Finally, in 2009 both General Motors and Chrysler, once proud members of Detroit's Big Three, declared bankruptcy and were bailed out by the US Government. In 2009 the largest US car companies by market share were GM, Toyota, Ford Motor Company (which did not accept government monies) and Honda. This is not to say that Americans will be giving up their cars (or their trucks) any time soon. In 2020 the percentage of households owning a passenger care will increase to up from in 2009. The development of car owners from 2005-2009 is shown in below chart. [...]
[...] Trips for business accounted for nearly 30% of these trips, while trips to visit friends and relatives accounted for 25% of long-distance trips. A further 25% of trips were leisure trips, sight-seeing and vacations. The public transit bus system needs large investment to make it more attractive to customers. However, the system has shown to generate revenue and provide convenient travel option for millions of Americans, especially in urban areas (Euromonitor International, 2010). In 2008 travelled 21.8 billion passengers by public transport and around travelled by bus (Euromonitor International, 2010). [...]
[...] The US a great influence on economic, political and military on a global scale, which makes foreign policy a subject of interest around the world (Datamonitor, 2010). The former Bush administration initiated policies towards tax cuts, fair minimum wage laws, social security schemes and trade liberalisation. The Obama administration is expected to follow the Bush administrations initiatives but by offering tax cuts to benefit around 150 million workers. Obama's “Making Work Pay” tax cut of up $500 per worker, or $1000 per working family. It is expected to reduce tax for around 10 million Americans (Datamonitor, 2010). [...]
[...] They didn't pollute . They don't consume that much gas as the other vehicles The good image will be always there because we will sell cars after only 5000 miles Feedback from our clients: it's very important for those company to know what are the needs from American consumers and what they can improve in their product to make them happy and to satisfy them, we will offer that free because every consumers can make comments on the cars he took in our website or directly by calling us Money after 5000 miles: As we said before we will sell our cars after 5000 miles and will give car companies 30% of the amount we get from their cars or we offer them their cars back and exchange it with a new one improved with our clients' feedbacks. [...]
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