I don’t think it’s comparable because there are different use cases and also different mobility requirements. Here, too, a symbiosis must be created, for example by combining car and public transport. The car will always be a part of individual mobility; in Hamburg, for example, we offer a combination with car sharing in the hvv. It will not be possible to replace the car here, especially because public transport is line-bound: Not every district and every street is equally well connected. It’s different in logistics. Every day, the haulage companies reschedule how and where they drive – depending on where the quantity is called up.