Tokyo-based media outlet The Asahi Shimbun’s Takeho Morita released a quintessentially Japanese story recently: many individuals who lease cars and trucks through vehicle-sharing services throughout the nation do not drive them at all. Rather, they utilize them to take naps, making organisation calls, capturing up independently with pals, consuming lunch,– and according to a 2018 study by NTT Docomo, to ‘do facial stretches stated to decrease the size of their face.’ That’s from business consisting of Orix Car, Times24, and NTT Docomo, which rent great deals of automobiles throughout cities in Japan. While they ‘d rather that their consumers utilize their cars and trucks …

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