There are no advanced police forces in the villages, just a few sheriffs with poor equipment, who have to cater to all the people.
The fact that the villages have poor communication systems is actually a challenge to the village folks during times of crisis, because they cannot alert the authorities in time.
They may use personal vehicles or taxis on the roads, they may opt for trains to traverse across the outskirts of the city or they may hop into an airplane and go to other cities.
There are also paved paths for walking and riding bicycles.
In addition, there are many entertainment and recreational venues in cities.
The city life is always busy with entertainment spots, during the day and at night.
While village life has many advantages, including less noise, beautiful natural landscapes, less pollution, fresh air and less congestion, the statistics does not favor the village folks worldwide.
Each year, millions of people migrate to urban centers in search of greener pastures.
Villages rarely have more than one medical institution and they are usually understaffed with poor healthcare facilities.
There are also banks, shopping centers, telephone, rest rooms, drinking fountains, just to name a few.