Trends will continue when both hybrid and electric vehicles, but the need to travel long distances will not be as common. In places like New York City, for example, many people do not have a driver’s license at all. They walk everywhere or take public transportation. If they do not do this, they will take a taxi. Today, ride-sharing is common here as well in other places too. Ride-sharing is likely to become even more common and car ownership will eventually start to die off. Considering things are likely to be relatively close, this will likely be pretty affordable. NYC might have a subway but many cities won’t be able to have this nor will they have a railway. Thus, ride-sharing through companies like Uber among others will become more common.