THE MOTORCYCLE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
A little over a year ago I bought a new car. Agency.
That fact – buying a car and removing the plastics to leave it with that new smell that lasts for months – was questioned when it came to the realization of living in a city that has made its public spaces a theme park for political demonstrations. I can assure you that 80% of the days of the year (or more) the city where I live (Morelia) has a sit-in. We are the vanguard in protests and sit-ins. There must be a reason.
The new car soon became a resource. Not a solution to transportation needs.
I bought a Honda Wave and that was a solution.
Riding a motorcycle gives a feeling of freedom that, in a city besieged by protesters of all stripes, is appreciated when accounts are made at the end of the month.
My Wave, for example, gives me 50 kilometers per liter, is just a few inches more robust than a bicycle and fits through any “gap” between cars that get stuck on the roads.
I bought both the car and the motorcycle a few months apart. Today, a year and a half after both purchases, the kilometers traveled attest to the “use value” of both vehicles: the car 16 thousand kilometers; the motorcycle 12 thousand.
The car is a resource: rain, road trips, excessive cold, accompanied trips; the motorcycle is a solution: go to work, go for a walk, go shopping, emergency exits.
The motorcycle makes the difference.
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