I feel very lucky that we have so many options of getting around. In the morning I just have to pick what kind of shoes to wear that day, and that is how I decide how to get around. When we move, I know the chances are pretty small that we'll have such a good location. I just hope we don't have to buy a second car. That makes me frown just typing it.
This is a reminder to think about what sidewalks are for and that many differently-abled people need to be able to use them. I need to remember this when I pull my car into my tiny, steep driveway, so the end isn't sticking in the sidewalk. If you have a sidewalk around your house/apartment, get some hedge trimmers and make sure there isn't any vegetation that would block the way, or cause someone to step into the road. I know as a pedestrian, it bugs the shit out of me. If people leave their garbage cans turned over in the way, move them. If they keep doing that, move them LOUDLY. Yeah, I'm the person that's doing that.
Here is a "passive aggressive note" about blocking walkways (I think it's wonderful) that the car owner didn't really understand.