From a strictly logical perspective, the conclusion does not follow from the single predicate. There are other predicates that are not stated. It assumes you will know these, because you live in the same world as everyone else.
1) The distance to the shops is great (stated)
2) People travel to shops (not stated)
3) Cars are always used to travel great distances (not stated)
-> 4) People always use cars to travel to the shops.
Student or Learner