Cars take us where we need to go in our daily lives. Depending on who reads the above statement, there could be a lot of agreement and nodding heads, or a confused disagreement. Cars are something that certain parts of the world require. Traveling around San Diego or Los Angeles in California basically requires a car, although there are some forms of public transportation available. However, traveling in New York or Kyoto could be done on foot due to the huge amount of extremely well-made and implemented public transportation. If a person is a little late due to a transfer, there are no hard feelings because you remember how it was when you were late because of some delay of some sort. Transportation methods also vary from job to job, and someone who telecommutes to work might not even require a car so long as they are able to reach a grocery store or public transportation is nearby. Someone in a rural area will require a car to get just about anywhere in a timely matter, however, and this is one of the biggest reasons cars have done so well over the years; they allow for a versatility that other transportation does not. Curt Ellerbee has been a classic car enthusiast since he was young, and often goes to old car shows. One of his favorite things about the classic cars he loves is that they symbolize the beginning of interconnectedness on an extreme level.