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A clear winner – as Neil Postman defines the term in Technopoly – of motorized vehicles are suburbanites and rural residents. Residents who own a motorized vehicle don’t have to rely on public transportation to get them to their destinations. In The Onion article “Move Bus, Get-Out-The-Way,” Police Chief Gregory Benson of Sun Prairie was asked about his opinion on public transportation in emergencies. He explains that “…because public transport is on a set route and schedule, a private car is preferred in an emergency. Unfortunately, the bus driver can’t leave their route to make a special trip.” Expert Testimony Suburbanites and rural residents with personal vehicles don’t have to manage their time around public transport schedules and don’t have to account for delays like a rowdy passenger. Professor Ariel Smith of the geography department at University of Wisconsin – Platteville did a study in 2013 on public transportation. She states, “The time of travel on public transport depends on a single route while individuals with their own means of transportation have options to avoid daily hazards like traffic, construction, and accidents.” A resident, Jennie Sue Marbles, from Verona, Wisconsin exclaimed her for her private vehicle “I’m never going back to the bus! Having my own car is a dream come true.” Observation People without a motorized vehicle are like animals trapped in a zoo. (analogy) They believe they are happy, but could be living a better life. Suburbanites and rural residents that own a motorized vehicle have the freedom to up and go anywhere they please at any time.