“Part of the problem of resolving the issues around ecological solutions to transport like EVs begins with the proposition that many people don’t need to own personal vehicles in the first place. Our need to own personal vehicles is something more of a tradition than a necessity today. More and more people are telecommuting to work and mass transit systems in most countries of the world belies the need for individual automobiles. And with the rise of car share programs all over Europe and North America, owning an individual car is something that we need to rethink. In the current ecological state of the planet, the changes that we can in our daily lives and accumulation of objects needs to be radical.”
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