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Is there really a major problem with cars in Guernsey? Sure - traffic in town is bad between 8.15 and 9.00 in the morning and between 5.00 and 5.45 in the evening, but that just means spending some time in a traffic "jam" (which is laughable compared to proper traffic jams in the UK!). But outside of those hours how big a problem is it? I understand all the environmental issues, but the "too many cars" argument is far less obvious. I live "out west" and it is simply unsafe for these totally unsuitable buses to be using any of the country roads. This was obvious from the very first day that they first appeared. Any idiot could see it - except those who made the moronic decision in the first place. Much smaller buses, and greater frequency, is the only possible way for a bus service to succeed here.