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The Dystopian Future in Which Almost No One Owns a Car

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Some advocates of self-driving cars argue that their adoption would mean that very few people would actually own a vehicle anymore. We'd all just rent rides on self-driving Uber cars. This would be a dream come true for advocates of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders. Original Article: "The Dystopian Future in Which Almost No One Owns ...

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Some advocates of self-driving cars argue that their adoption would mean that very few people would actually own a vehicle anymore. We'd all just rent rides on self-driving Uber cars. This would be a dream come true for advocates of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders.

Original Article: "The Dystopian Future in Which Almost No One Owns a Car​"

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