Candidate A: Nowadays, there are a lot of such phenomena on campus: a lot of private cars parked on the roads, which brings great inconvenience to students and teachers. Then what do you think of it? Do you think they should be charged?
Candidate B: Well, when I walked out of the dorm today, there was a car parked in front of the door, which made it difficult for students to get in and out.
Candidate A: Oh, the owner of the car is so incompetent, how can he park his car there?
Candidate B: So I don’t think people can leave their cars random on campus, instead, they should park them in a fixed parking space.
Candidate A: Yeah, I agree with you. So it is necessary to charge car owners for disorderly parking.
Candidate B: You mean that if the owner parks his car in a fixed parking space, and it will not affect the traffic, so there will be no charge?
Candidate A: Yes. This would encourage owners to put their cars in the right places and penalize those who leave them in the wrong places.
Candidate B: Well, it sounds great! I believe that if our university does this, both students and teachers will get great convenience, thus reducing a lot of unnecessary troubles.