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Daimler considers car-sharing in isles

The rental service in Honolulu would be the first large-scale operation in the state

By Andrew Gomes

~~<p>An affiliate of German carmaker Daimler AG is interested in establishing a car-sharing service in Hono&shy;lulu, where 150 or so of Daimler's small Smart cars would be deployed on city streets available for public use.</p>
<p>Daimler's Car2go could become the first large-scale car-share operation in Hawaii, making Hono&shy;lulu one of numerous cities adopting such programs that add a flexible new transportation option that industry proponents say reduces private car ownership and energy consumption.</p>
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An affiliate of German carmaker Daimler AG is interested in establishing a car-sharing service in Hono­lulu, where 150 or so of Daimler's small Smart cars would be deployed on city streets available for public use.

Daimler's Car2go could become the first large-scale car-share operation in Hawaii, making Hono­lulu one of numerous cities adopting such programs that add a flexible new transportation option that industry proponents say reduces private car ownership and energy consumption. Login for more...



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