I don't think that they should be banned, personally I think older cars are awesome/better, I mean seriously. Although I do believe that they should be fixed to help battle pollution or maybe ban some but honestly, no not all. Like I said, old cars are awesome, when I was younger and visited my grandparents, i loved when me and my family got to ride in their cars.
Absolutely not! Old cars, especially classic ones from the 1980's or earlier, are pieces of history! They're a big part of the American lifestyle, and I myself am the proud owner of a hot rod. They're a lot more exciting than those little electric cars that hum along, you can't get that beautiful rumble from any other car. And as long as your engine is well-tuned, you'll be able to keep your pollution level to a minimum.
When you have an old car , it's because you don't have the money to buy a new one. So you can't say to this person that they can't drive their car. They bought their car and they need their car. Public transport is a solution, but it's not the solution for everybody.
Classic vehicles (old cars) should not be banned in an attempt to combat pollution. If society wants to reduce pollution then the wealthy should stop building such huge mansions to live in, stop driving around gas-guzzling vehicles and start flying on commercial flights. We should not punish people who own old cars.
No, old cars shouldn't be banned to combat pollution, because old cars are a hobby that a lot of people are into. Old cars are also a way that people without a lot of money can have transportation. You shouldn't have other people tell you how much you should have to spend on a car.
Old cars should not be banned but in order to help combat pollution they should refurbished to cut down on the emissions they produce. We don't want to get rid of classics. The priority should be making things better instead of banning them. They are a part of history and shouldn't be forgotten.