Lux reviews RelayRides: The experience of peer-to-peer car sharing a plug-in vehicle

You cannot rent a plug-in car at Detroit’s airport. This is ironic for a city that is home to three major OEMs – General Motors, Ford, and FiatChrysler – each of which sells a variety of plug-in vehicles. It is even more ironic because we were in town to speak at The Battery Show, one of the worl...

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