I have seen this in the US, UK, and Canada. Anyone seen it in Taiwan?
"Car sharing reduces vehicle ownership expenses. It’s great for people who need a car once in awhile, and don’t want the hassles associated with owning a car. People who share cars tend to drive less, so car sharing can reduce traffic, air and noise pollution, as well as other social costs, such as health and welfare. If you are environmentally-minded, car sharing could be for you! The idea started in Europe, where there are over 50,000 members of car share organizations.
According to victoriacarshare.ca/pages/links.html its in Singapore.
Would be great if they’d tie in parking spots and GPS, since Taipei’s policy is to reduce traffic by reducing parking spots.