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Millennials Love Zipcar Because They’ll Never Own a Car

Cars are just giant smartphone chargers

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None of my friends have cars. In fact, many of them can’t even drive. This wasn’t surprising when I was a child, but now that I’m in my thirties and have friends who are managers and lawyers and have other adult jobs, you’d think more of them would have a car parked outside.




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