Isn’t the point that these aren’t by permission as they just use public Space without any…
Jason E
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When the state gets involved in mandating any type of ride sharing the question becomes who is responsible for the mechanical beasts, common property is usually badly maintained, or sets up a credit system for tattling on those who may not park correctly reminds me of Franco’s Spain where everyone literally spied on each other. The author is taking the concept of public goods and spaces, and trying to transfer the concept to Mobil mechanical devices….these items are not within the realm of libertarianism, they are more in the realm of state control of our time and lives and will lead to more taxation and larger government. Looks more to me like ways to control the masses then anything else.

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