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(BBC-US)   A folding car for the urbanite with no space? It's more likely than you think   ( bbc.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, MIT Media Lab, urban planners, city car, gas guzzlers, last mile, traffic congestions, Frank Gehry, electric cars  
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2012-06-14 02:44:42 PM  
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If the majority of the world drove tiny little go-kart sized vehicles it might be okay to drive go-kart sized vehicles. But there are SUV's and idiots on the road.
2012-06-14 01:44:38 PM  
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2012-06-14 06:55:02 PM  
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Maybe if it didn't take 2 1/2 hours to take public transit instead of the 35 minutes to drive, I would consider actually taking the public transit. Plus it costs almost as much, so what's the point?
2012-06-14 03:18:29 PM  
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Folding car?
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2012-06-14 02:37:00 PM  
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been there, done that.
2012-06-14 01:28:36 PM  
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