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Future Personal Mobility Visions, Part 3: The Vehicle Fleet

The potentially game-changing trends of car-free lifestyles and autonomous driving covered in Parts 1 and 2 of this article will strongly impact the composition of the future vehicle fleet. Perhaps the biggest difference that may be expected is a much higher fraction of specialized vehicles - primarily long-distance highway vehicles, delivery vehicles and driverless taxis.
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