There are many ways to leave your car. It’s a damaging relationship and it’s time we thought about it differently.
This article about a friend’s car-sharing experience, about how She’s saving Money and the Environment by car-sharing, got to me thinking how freeing it is to realize you don’t need to have a car waiting to serve you 24×7.
That many of us have partners, neighbors, a car-sharing system with a car parked in walking distance, bus and trains also with stops in walking distance, and yes, a walkable neighborhood – privileges enough to only occasionally warrant needing your own car.
A privileged perspective? Yes. But also paradigm shifting.