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Mobility as a service will change the driving experience and economics, too

March 14, 2018 Article 3 min read
Daron Gifford
You'll hear "mobility as a service" more and more as people begin to incorporate electric and autonomous vehicles into their lives. It's going to change not only transportation but the economy as a whole. Read more at Automotive News.

Picture of a busy highway intersection at night.

Cars, as we’ve long known them, and driving, as we've long done it, are about to enter a horse-and-buggy era of their own.

Introducing: MaaS -- mobility as a service -- the auto industry’s next big thing.It’s no secret that transportation, like communication a decade or two ago, is on the edge of a sea change, with electric engines and autonomous driving slowly grabbing market share.

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