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  1. Folks who've been to Stuttgart and some other German cities may have heard of the company/concept known as Meilenwerk. This is a museum for supercars, vintage cars and classic cars, but they may even be rented out for a brief period, and I guess some sales have been made here. I've seen cars from different eras in this place, from the 1930s, the 50s, the 80s, and the present age. This place even has a couple of airplanes. It started off as a hangar, but is now a museum of cars, a few planes, and also has a library and some super-expensive cafes. I've taken loads of photos here, on my Nokia N8, and keep uploading to this set on my Flickr page.
  2. Bangalore is all set to get a new car rental service with a unique format. American entrepreneurs Greg Moran and David Back have founded Zoom Cars, a membership-based, self-drive service that allows customers to hire cars on an hourly or daily basis. The company’s seven-car fleet includes Ford Figos and Mahindra Scorpios that have all-India permits. Only manual transmission cars are on offer. Anyone with a valid Indian driving license or an International Driving Permit (IDP) can register online to avail of the service. The company has claimed that it’ll add BMWs and electric vehicles to its ranks soon.