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Carpooling’s Comeback: is Sharing Rides the Way Forward?

Freya Sawbridge - November 18, 2020 1

In 1960 Bob Dylan carpooled from Minnesota to New York and in 1964 Jim Morrison from Florida to LA. Art Garfunkel sometimes rejected chartered plane flights and carpooled his way to gigs. Back then, people used the traditional thumb-out-on-the-side-of-the-road tactic but now, with Wi-Fi access and t

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Are Electric Scooters Better For The Environment?

Ankit Sharma - November 6, 2019 3

As far as cost and convenience go, electric scooters are becoming an increasingly viable choice for your daily commute. But, the jury's out on whether they are actually better for the environment. Let’s take a look at the facts:  Manufacturing: The most obvious win is that, because they use

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A New Way Forward: The Rental Model

Alexandra Pacurar - July 30, 2020

How does the rental business model for e-scooters and e-bikes fare mid-pandemic? We’ve been starting to wonder about this potential solution to the transportation challenges that the coronavirus outbreak has brought upon us. With most offers launched a year or two ago (oh, we were so naive back then

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How Does Lyft Rate Compare With Uber’s Rate

Julius Ijidola - May 19, 2020 1

Getting around has become one of the most natural things to do, all thanks to the revolution in ride-sharing. Whether you own a personal car or not, with apps like Lyft and Uber, you can move from one location to another whenever and however you want.  Lyft Rate Compare With Uber’s Rate I

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Ride-sharing companies are experimenting with subscriptions

Alexandra Pacurar - January 9, 2020

The subscription economy is growing alongside the mobile economy. Today, it’s not just about Amazon and Netflix, but also about the next era of transportation. Ride-sharing companies have developed subscriptions for commuters in a bid to secure a monthly stream of income. The question is: Are they w

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What's Next For The Shared Economy

Alexandra Pacurar - January 3, 2020

In 2019, hardly a month went by without Uber making headlines and the end of the year was no exception. One of the most interesting news items, in addition to the company’s co-founder, Travis Kalanick, stepping down from the board, was the announcement about Uber Works. The ride-sharing giant wants

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