The era of the personal car is in decline. In cities around the world, young people are opting for bikes and ridesharing services over owning an automobile. And with the swelling wave of the self-driving car very much on the horizon, it’s really only a matter of time before there isn’t a single whip left to ghost-ride. Traditional car manufacturers are taking note. Last week, there were three big stories about old guard car companies getting in bed with tech. Google and Fiat Chrysler are reportedly going to collaborate on a self-driving minivan. General Motors is teaming up with Lyft…

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