If you’ve ever driven a Car2Go in Washington, DC, you’ll recognize this story, which appears at the end of a rather boring article in the Times:
Last month, Ms. Fox used a Car2Go Smart car to attend a friend’s birthday party in the busy Adams Morgan entertainment district in Washington. Since Smart cars measure less than nine feet long, “you can just squeeze Car2Go in,” she said. After parking in a tight space on the street, she noticed someone watching her. It turned out to be another Car2Go member who was looking for an available vehicle. “This puppy is not going to be here when I get back,” Ms. Fox said with a laugh.
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