There is a European Union vehicle category for four-wheeled vehicles which are not technically cars. These are called “quadricycles”. The framework was developed in 2002 and further stipulates Light (L6e) or Heavy (L7e) categories. Curiously, these vehicles are covered by the same rules as mopeds(!) Micromobility/Service vs Automobility/Product Micromobility is minimalist mobility and as such it implies sharing — ownership is complexity. Automobility is maximalist mobility and it ...
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