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...after the great success bike rental got in HK that is the next logical step. LOL.Bike rent firm plans to start electric car sharing - RTHK
If every property development with more than 20 spaces were required to allocate 10% of spaces to car sharing I can see it working. There would always be a car (except peak times) available and would mean more people would have access to a car and less valuable land would be allocated to a place for 1 tonne of plastic and metal to sit idle.
What are the chances of HK Gov doing anything innovative, close to zero or more likely less than zero as they will make the concept illegal if it impinges on the profits of the chief executive selection committee members
Why should the government help put 500 more cars on the road when there are already too many. It makes no sense at all. In countries where car ownership is high and public transport expensive and not as extensive, it makes sense. It encourages people in urban areas not to buy their own cars and hopefully reduces car ownership. That's not likely to be the case in HK.