Buy or borrow? Which way will people prefer to go for a second car in the future? Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is now searching for the answer with demonstrations of car-sharing systems, a sophisticated, high-tech approach to urban transportation problems. The concept is not new. In Europe, motorists have been sharing vehicles for the past 52 years with more than 200 organizations currently in operation, while nine groups are active in the U.S. and Canada. Yet, so far, only a few people have ...
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