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If you find yourself in need of a ride in Hangzhou, China, you can waltz up to a multi-story garage, punch a few buttons, and have a fully charged electric vehicle deposited in front of you.It’s a new car-sharing scheme launched by Kandi Technologiesthat takes the hyper-successful bike-sharing model in China and puts it onto four electrically powered wheels.For a little over $3 an hour, these ultra-compact, Chinese-made EVs can get about 75 miles on a charge and max out at 50 mph, and when the driver is done, they can drop off their rented ride at another Kandi station near their destination.

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