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Sorry, No Car For You

108 Chinese cities go a day every year when no one is to use their cars. Their goal is to help reduce pollution.

Great idea I think, but living on a rather large hill, I would have a problem with it... maybe because I don't have a bike... But what do you think? Could you survive the madness? Would you just stay home all day? How would you feel if our city started this "tradition"?

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