Although the prices of fuels have greatly increased over the last decade or two, it is argued that further increases in fuel prices are the only way to reduce world consumption of fuel and lessen pressure on the world’s fuel resources.
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
It has been seen a surge in fuel prices for the last two decades, and it has been suggested to increase the rate of fuel so that people would use less fuel, and this proactive step will help save fuel resources. I completely agree with the statement as more tax means fewer vehicles on the road, which will help solve environmental problems.
At the outset, rising prices of conventional fuels is a good alternative to reducing its consumption; people will avoid spending more on petrol or diesel. For example, raising taxes on fast food has decreased its sales, and by and large, people eat it on occasions. Similarly, increasing the rate will stop people from excessive usage of petrol. In this way, they will use fewer vehicles, which will become a hazard to our environment. It will also help people stay as fit as a fiddle as people will prefer to go on foot rather than use vehicles.
It will help minimize pressure on fuel resources globally as fuel resources like primary and secondary are getting used up rapidly. Soon, these will deplete and will create inconvenience to man, apart from it.
In conclusion, Escalating the fuel prices can ease individuals’ financial burden, and it will help reduce its usage, as people will use it wisely and prefer to go more on foot. This proactive step makes them more fitter, and we will not completely run out of traditional fuel one day.
THIS IS END OF WRITING TASK 2: Although the prices of fuels have greatly increased over the last decade or two, it is argued that further increases in fuel prices are the only way to reduce world consumption of fuel and lessen pressure on the world’s fuel resources. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
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