All you have to do is check out these two maps which report the last eighty visitors (locations) to check into the World Carshare Consortium — www.worldcarshare.com — today and the pattern unfolds right before your eyes.
Pictures telling stories:
The world map leaves us once again with our nagging question: why are we not seeing carsharing in those broad white swaths, Latin America, Africa, ex-Soviet Union, most of South East Asia, and of course China? Is it because carsharing is a rich man’s sport? We don’t think so, and before running away from the challenge we invite you to dig deeper. (And be sure that we shall too.)
At the other end of the activity spectrum, have a look at . . .