A rental vehicle is the next step in the urban mobility revolution that will bring more mobility to Israel.
It’s a futuristic concept with a price tag of $8,000 per day and a range of up to 600 kilometers (435 miles).
Its a new type of mobility that is more than just a luxury: It’s the future for Israelis, a new way of life that’s transforming their citys and lives.
For the past several years, Israel has been in a period of transition in the Middle East and beyond, a time when cities have been struggling to survive amid rising costs, an influx of migrants and the loss of industrial jobs.
While cities around the world are trying to adapt to the new realities, Israel’s transformation has been slow.
There are still many issues with Israel’s current urban development and infrastructure, and in many ways, Israel remains the slowest country in the region in urbanizing.
But in 2017, the country became the first country to implement a new form of transportation, and it has done so by creating an entirely new type to help transform the way we live and work.
“Rental cars are the future” In its current form, Israel still doesn’t have a complete system for the rental of cars.
There’s only one major network that connects all the main cities and towns, and that’s called the “Kevir.”
According to Knesset Member and member of the Land Transport Committee of the Knessa Leumi (Likud) Tzipi Livni, the government has been trying to create a network for the “sharing economy” for about five years.
However, many of the major cities and cities that currently have a rental car network have either no or limited connections to these rental cars.
While some cities are connected to rental car companies and others are not, most cities don’t have rental car services that are widely available in their neighborhoods.
According for example, in Tel Aviv, the most populous city in Israel, you can get a rental cab to your home for a very low price.
You can even rent it for the night if you want to.
The government recently announced that it will build a network of rental cars to connect all the major citys to the system.
According to Livni’s government, this will be the first step in providing all of Tel Aviv with an affordable transportation system.
But the idea is to connect these rental car networks with the existing rental car system, and this will require some major changes to the existing network.
Currently, most of the rental car drivers in Israel do not drive a car, but the Kevir will connect the citys of Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Nazareth and Eilat.
The government is planning to install some 4,000 rental cars, and there are plans to extend the system to other major cities.
However, these rental vehicles are already being used by some of the taxi drivers in Tel-Amsra, the northernmost city in the country.
It is estimated that there are roughly 500 taxi drivers who are already using these cars, with about 40 percent of them using them for business.
So, it is estimated the rental cars will be used by more than 50,000 people a day in Tel Amsra.
As for the KEVIR, the program will begin in 2020 and it will be funded by a fee of around $200 per person.
In addition to this, the KVID will be able to buy cars for $150 per person, and the program is expected to increase the total amount of money raised to $800 million in 2023.
Additionally, the new rental car program will not only provide mobility to more people, it will also allow for more affordable housing.
Renters will not have to pay for their own homes and will not be required to have a mortgage.
This is a significant change from the current situation where most of Tel Am’s residents are forced to rent.
There have been calls for the government to create rental car schemes in cities like Tel Aviv to allow people to rent in their own apartments.
However the current government is unwilling to do this, and instead they are focusing on the issue of providing affordable housing for the city’s residents.
Another new innovation will allow the KVD to use the car to transport passengers, for example passengers who need to use a public transportation system like Metro, or people who are traveling by bicycle.
There are also plans for the system’s fleet to be extended beyond the current KEVI.
The current KVD will be allowed to purchase new vehicles for the first time and expand its fleet from the KvID to allow for further expansions in the future.
What’s more, the rental-car program will help reduce the cost of owning a car in Israel by eliminating many of its existing problems. Livni’s