Miami Beach Launching Car Sharing Service on Tuesday
It's a slippery slope down the path of transportation socialism, ain't it? First it starts with public buses, then the City of Miami Beach got a taste of bike sharing with DecoBike, and now the city is about to launch a car sharing service. The city has partnered with Hertz on Demand, and residents and tourists will be able to rent cars for as little as $9 an hour.
"This is a really great reason not to have a car on Miami Beach," Miami Beach parking director, Saul Frances tells The Miami Herald . "You really don't need one with this program because you can just pick up a car at one of our garages."
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