1. Yes, but profits in a socialist, unfair economic system from the backs of the population.
2. Is that your Meca? If turists need a Mc Donald in the parking lot they can have it.
3. Good for you. An enviromentalist by my own hart. You know that 2 of your cars listed are some of the most ineficient and poluting cars.
4. Definetly not. But you should not ban others to buy it if they want to.
1. What's socialist about a mom and pop store? I have been in socialist countries and walked the barren display of what was suppose to be milk or break in government run and owned People Distribution Centers. Shit like this can happen if we allow for a monopoly where a single vendor dictates how things should be done. Sure Walmart is cheap now, what would it be if it was the only game in town?
2. It shouldn't be up to the tourists it should be up to the people who live in that place.
3. I am poor and that's all I could afford on the used market but I know how to keep them running. It will be a crime if they were owned by a family that would be taken to the cleaners every time they dropped them at the dealership for service. My cars are not for everyone but they are cars not trucks. My Rx7 is registered historic and it's used as such, that is only on weekends or car show. The 190E does 26MPG, what's wrong with that considering it's paid for and works flawlessly? The W126 is used for long distance family trips, it's a car but it's a safe car, safer than a SUV.
4. I am not banning other from getting what they want, they just need to pay their fair share to use them on PUBLIC roads