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I recently saw an ad for a car subscription service and it got me wondering about whether or not they make sense to use.

I get the appeal if you don't drive a lot but still want a vehicle available, while not worrying about long term servicing. But if you're someone who likes to drive, the limits and restrictions are a big issue and could be costly.

If Ford did something like this for the Mach-E and other EVs would anyone be interested?
 

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I recently saw an ad for a car subscription service and it got me wondering about whether or not they make sense to use.

I get the appeal if you don't drive a lot but still want a vehicle available, while not worrying about long term servicing. But if you're someone who likes to drive, the limits and restrictions are a big issue and could be costly.

If Ford did something like this for the Mach-E and other EVs would anyone be interested?
So how would this be different from existing car rental and leasing options?
 

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So how would this be different from existing car rental and leasing options?
in a not too far away future, this will be the most viable solution for many, especially if you live in a big city. Living in a city where you may not have private parking, lowering the cost of ownership and reducing the total number of cars on the road makes a lot of sense, (and even more sense if you are also working in the city). Ford CEO did say a couple of years ago that it will become a mobility company (as opposed to being a car company), ans this is where the industry is eventually going. My 2 cents.
 
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