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I keep munchies in my car, along with bottles of water and tissues.It's even more frustrating for me personally, because it's very hard to test-drive a car within a certain timeframe when I can't even make it out of traffic to see what the car can do, not to mention the stress involved as I worry that at any minute some knucklehead is going to scrape the very expensive car I've been kindly entrusted with.As it turns out there are almost 500 cars for every 1,000 people in Lebanon.Furthermore, it was estimated by BLOMINVEST that each day as many as 5 million motorized trips are made in the Greater Beirut area alone, with as many as 7,000 cars per hour on the main northern artery approaching Beirut during peak hours.Does anyone really believe commuters will walk in Beirut, except maybe for our foreign colleagues who seem to take great delight in schlepping through the streets of the capital on foot?Of course they could take a taxi, but then that defeats the purpose because that would just be replacing one car with another.
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