Private cars,often regarded as luxury goods,are reported to have been bought by many college students or by their parents as birthday gifts in the recent.
This phenomenon can also find its expression in the drivers license rush for many college students.
During summer or winter vacation,sometimes even on weekends,many college students would attend driving courses.
Though learning to drive can give college graduates a cutting edge in job market,I do not think it is necessary for college students to own private cars in this particular episode of lives.
Firstly, according to some news coverage,the majority of private cars owned by college students are purchased by their parents instead of by themselves.
Of course, there are some wealthy families that can easily afford private cars,but it does nothing to change the fact that college students rely on their parents for tuition fees and living expenditure.
In terms of personal growth, owning private cars bought by parents do not help college students cherish the value of self-reliance.
Some educationalists worry that in the long run those students tend to become lazy,which is harmful to college students improvement.
Secondly,private cars are not basic necessities without which college students can not carry through their pursuit of higher degrees.
Both professors and college students can figure out the underlying reason for some students owning private cars is to show off.
As I have mentioned above,the majority of college students still depend on their parents for tuition fees and living expenditure,but owning private cars contribute nothing to showing off their own personal highlight.
In actuality, we do admire that those private car owners have wealthy parents,but at the bottom of our heart we severely detest those classmates.
We can easily find out that showing off indicates the very insecurity and lack of confidence in studies and personal cultivation.
Furthermore, as some college students are still yet to be mature,they can easily become jealous.
For those immature students, they are more likely to form the belief that the society is unfair.
In conclusion, as college students can not provide for themselves,how can they dare to ask their parents to buy cars for them?
Owning private cars only indicates inner insecurity and lack of confidence for those students, and arouses jealousy among peers.
Therefore,I think it is unwise to own private cars for college students.