Author | Patricia LicerasToday, it is easy to get around large cities in private vehicles without having to own them thanks to traditional renting and other modern formulas such as vehicles with drivers or shared cars. There are a growing number of options and these new forms of transport are changing, not just our perception of mobility, but the automotive sector as a whole, as indicated in various studies.A recent report drawn up by Europcar Mobility Group Spain revealed that seven in ten drivers believe these forms of transport will end up replacing car ownership in the short to medium term. Most, 58.6%, believe it will disappear within ten years or even less, while 11.7% believe it will take longer, occurring probably within the next 20 years or more. Either way, 71.4% consider shared vehicles to be the most feasible alternative for replacing car ownership.
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