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Old 04-05-14, 08:53 PM
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I have always said "free of car ownership". It balances out the notion that an individual is not reliant on a motor vehicle (with all the perceived benefits that may involve), yet may use one when required (with all the perceived benefits that​ may involve), and therefore means the fundamentalist doesn't get his hate knickers all twisted when someone admits they use a motor vehicle as part of their lives.
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