Our 1996 Volvo Sedan isn’t pretty. Fossilized imprints of peanut butter and other assorted sandwiches dot the floor, while the seat cushions are so worn down, passengers risk inhaling bits of foam on every trip.
Things have languished thus for a while. But after talking to John Atcheson, vice president of Getaround, the San Francisco-based “peer-to-peer” carsharing startup, I’m thinking it might be time to spruce up ye olde family auto.
That’s an excerpt from my new blog at Oregon Business, where I’ll be posting once a week. I will cross post here when appropriate, but also aim to do a better job posting original urbanista content.
Read the rest of the OB car sharing story here.