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August 27, 2010

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Larry

Other more sensible things the Germans and other Europeans have embraced:

1. car-based vans like the white one on the right of the photo, rather than huge pickups with beds that are empty most of the time and require caps to protect against weather/theft, unnecessarily large vans (again, usually empty), step vans, cube vans, etc.;

2. DIESEL TAXIS!

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