Friday, April 03, 2009

The Car Bubble

"You keep doing what you're doing, and you just keep assuming that growth is going to go on forever. And then at some point it just drops out from under you," said Alan Pisarski, a transportation expert and author of "Commuting in America." He compared the years of overproduction to putting a Burger King on every street corner. "The world just can't use that many hamburgers," he said.

Washington Post


horozima said...

At last some people are really taking interest to set up a pollution free earth.

Car girls said...

It actually proves the point that car manufacturers have been over productive during these years. They had miscalculated the fact that not all people would need their car, and not everyone could afford to buy them.