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Driving a car gives a traveller more independence and flexibility than scheduled transportation, such as air travel, rail travel, or bus travel.

Driving is often the fastest mode of transportation at distances shorter than 100 kilometres, unless there are traffic jams, or if the roads are in bad condition. In countries with a fast modern high speed rail network, however, driving is usually slower than trains on main lines connecting big cities. Within cities urban rail often beats cars in terms of speed due to congestion. In sparsely populated areas public transport may be infrequent or non-existent, and in difficult terrain there may be no railway.

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