As you know I have taken the buses. The buses in my hometown in Utah USA are called UTA Buses. I have taken the bus even as a grown autistic man. I usually have to pay the UTA buses, TRAK, and Frontrunner Train bus fare like token coins or Bus Pass Card which I do everyday. I also took Amtrak train or an airplane since I don't like driving a car as it makes me nervous.
So that leaves me with the question about this show. How come no one on this Korean cartoon show pays the bus fare or the taxi with money or a bus pass?
Also how on Earth does Hana the Mechanic pay her bills or Rookie the police man pay his bills or the grown adults in the cartoon get paid or pay money. Don't they ever get paid for their jobs? Is everything in this cartoon world free?
I'm very confused about Tayo the Little Bus money system, because in the real world bus drivers gets paid money and we pay the bus drivers money. But the bus routes I take in my hometown in Utah County I take are lousy since I have to wait out in the freezing cold, rain, snow, fog or hot sunlight for 15 to 30 minutes sometimes an hour for my bus ride which I complain about.
Yes I understand that the buses, cars and trains in this Korean show drive themselves. But in America people drive cars and don't ride the bus enough because it's inconvenient for them, I'm worried about losing our UTA bus service since I literally bike everywhere in Utah. Any thoughts on bus and train transportation would interest me.