They said he had foresight.
The gleaming machines were lined up ready for business, and in a city where cars, trams, buses and taxis were banned, the only way to get around was on two wheels.
He was smug in his conceit for being one step ahead of his rivals.
He had snapped up this fleet of mopeds in readiness, and could charge more or less as much as he wanted as he owned the franchise for a ten mile radius.
Yes, they said he had foresight.
It didn’t hurt having a relative in the local council’s transport department though.
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