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HankWalker
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re: Car-as-a-service era is here
HankWalker   1/9/2013 8:11:44 PM
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Maybe "car-as-a-service" means a large shift to robot taxis rather than your own car full of apps, with a corresponding reduction in sales. Simila to server virtualization.

jostalin
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re: Car-as-a-service era is here
jostalin   1/14/2013 12:30:41 PM
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We already have apps for our cars - fuel and audio, reparis, resprays; the auto manufacturers don't have the market monopoly that Apple have - partly because they gave it up and partly because they are so bad at service we use other companies; Apple will go their way rather than the other way about.

Suleman Ben
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re: Car-as-a-service era is here
Suleman Ben   6/8/2013 7:30:56 AM
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Car servicing is the very important service as far as the car ownership is concern. People using car needs to properly taking care of their car. They need to take a servicing of their car in regular basis. So it is very important to take care of your car. http://hansamotors.com/



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