France falls out of love with the car

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For a growing number of French drivers, owning a car is now seen as a burden and a vehicle as merely a service.

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If you stop at Porte Maillot, on the inner ring road of Paris, late on a Friday afternoon you will see dozens of cars pausing to pick up complete strangers and their luggage, then setting off to some weekend destination, reports The Guardian.