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© Licensed to London News Pictures. 30/09/2015. London, UK. Black cabs block Fleet Street in protest over the Uber taxi app. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/LNP
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"I am stunned that you feel technology — mostly in the form of Uber and Zipcar — has finally made it viable for city dwellers not to own a car. I've lived in London for 25 years without a car. I never regretted a day of it, nor felt any inconvenience, though we brought up three children. Taxis and rental cars did exist before Uber and Zipcar, as did bicycles and shoes."
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