People do get to have more choice. Ride on-demand from one of the many Uber, Lyft, etc. chauffeurs feverishly cruising around for their next customer, or drive off in a small city runabout like the Solo, Microlino (Swiss), Smart ForTwo (German) or Uniti (Swedish/UK). There are a couple of buts though with vehicles that are a tad too small, a major one might be that the number of vehicles that clutter up city streets and parking lots increase. I mean, a ‘big car’ to use on the freeways, and a tiny one for in the city? Better look for ‘something in between’ which serves a wide array of purposes (see below): sleek-footprint — most definitely, but with three-passenger capacity instead of the usual two. Ride-service companies might want to deploy this new-iSetta to rickshaw paying customers in between cities and around town.

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