The smarter companies are jumping feet-first into this brave new world where people don’t measure their worth by the amount of chrome they haul around. By 2026, a recent survey of global auto execs estimates that a quarter or more of urban inhabitants in some parts of the world will spurn personal cars in favor of “mobility services” such as car sharing. “The world is moving from car ownership to car usership,” the study says.
When I look at how much I pay each month for my car, I really start to wonder if this type of arrangement wouldn't be that bad. Unfortunately, car sharing in the burbs would be a bit difficult and MARTA service keeps getting cut further.
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