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GURGAON: With India's cities daily assailed by chaotic traffic and toxic air, peer-to-peer car sharing might be the way ahead out of this doom-laden scenario. A necessity is how Nikhil Agrawal, co-founder and chief executive, PCP, describes ride-sharing. 'It is the only way to reduce traffic and pollution," he says. PCP, which was introduced in Mumbai in September, is a platform that connects passenger to passenger, unlike cab services like Uber and Ola, which link passengers to drivers. 'You don't have to share your car with multiple people, you can share it with one person. Just tell us where you are going, we'll find the person for you," Agrawal describes.


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GURGAON: With India's cities daily assailed by chaotic traffic and toxic air, peer-to-peer car sharing might be the way ahead out of this doom-laden scenario. A necessity is how Nikhil Agrawal, co-founder and chief executive, PCP, describes ride-sharing. 'It is the only way to reduce traffic and pollution," he says. PCP, which was introduced in Mumbai in September, is a platform that connects passenger to passenger, unlike cab services like Uber and Ola, which link passengers to drivers. 'You don't have to share your car with multiple people, you can share it with one person. Just tell us where you are going, we'll find the person for you," Agrawal describes.


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GURGAON: With India's cities daily assailed by chaotic traffic and toxic air, peer-to-peer car sharing might be the way ahead out of this doom-laden scenario. A necessity is how Nikhil Agrawal, co-founder and chief executive, PCP, describes ride-sharing. 'It is the only way to reduce traffic and pollution," he says. PCP, which was introduced in Mumbai in September, is a platform that connects passenger to passenger, unlike cab services like Uber and Ola, which link passengers to drivers. 'You don't have to share your car with multiple people, you can share it with one person. Just tell us where you are going, we'll find the person for you," Agrawal describes.


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GURGAON: With India's cities daily assailed by chaotic traffic and toxic air, peer-to-peer car sharing might be the way ahead out of this doom-laden scenario. A necessity is how Nikhil Agrawal, co-founder and chief executive, PCP, describes ride-sharing. 'It is the only way to reduce traffic and pollution," he says. PCP, which was introduced in Mumbai in September, is a platform that connects passenger to passenger, unlike cab services like Uber and Ola, which link passengers to drivers. 'You don't have to share your car with multiple people, you can share it with one person. Just tell us where you are going, we'll find the person for you," Agrawal describes.


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GURGAON: With India's cities daily assailed by chaotic traffic and toxic air, peer-to-peer car sharing might be the way ahead out of this doom-laden scenario. A necessity is how Nikhil Agrawal, co-founder and chief executive, PCP, describes ride-sharing. 'It is the only way to reduce traffic and pollution," he says. PCP, which was introduced in Mumbai in September, is a platform that connects passenger to passenger, unlike cab services like Uber and Ola, which link passengers to drivers. 'You don't have to share your car with multiple people, you can share it with one person. Just tell us where you are going, we'll find the person for you," Agrawal describes.