Update: See the updated chart here (May 9, 2006).
Everyone's gabbing about car-sharing lately, for good reason. "There seems to be a perfect storm brewing," points out Nick at TriplePundit. Gut-wrenching gas prices will make the cost of driving a new car spike by 14 percent, says AAA.
The "FlexCar One," a Honda Civic hybrid, is parked near the White House, in case the president takes himself up on the suggestion that we drive less. A free hour of driving is his for the taking. But which service should you pay for? To help you pick, I compulsively cooked up the chart (below, click to enlarge) to compare car-sharing companies. Luckily FlexCar, ZipCar, and the Bay area's City CarShare all offer hybrids. Check out other car-sharing services around the world here.