Between going on vacation and buying a car, I would like my friend to buy a car. Below is why.
The first and most important reason is that a car can bring him convenience. Undoubtedly,
nowadays people rely on cars for transportation more than ever before. For example, when he
drives a car to go shopping, he may feel more convenient and can pick up more groceries than
before because he can put groceries in the car trunk instead of carrying them by hands.
Furthermore, when he wants to pick somebody up, or travel to a scenic spot, a car will make him
Another great reason why I encourage my friend to buy a car is that my friend will not spend
much time on commuting anymore. Everyday we waste too much time on waiting for a bus or
riding a bicycle to work. We all experienced the frustration of taking a bus. After having their own
cars, such the problems will disappear automatically.
Of course, if my friend decides to use his money to go on a vacation, I think that there are some
advantages also. For example a vacation may increase his personal experience and knowledge,
and may even reduce many troubles that are related to a car. But if all the factors are
contemplated, I think that the advantages of buying the car will carry more weight than those of
going on vacation.
From what has been discussed above, I may safely draw the conclusion that buying a car will be
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correct choice for my friend.