“As pioneers in automotive engineering, we will not leave the task of shaping future urban mobility to others,” said Dieter Zetsche, chairman of Daimler and head of Mercedes-Benz. “There will be more people than ever before without a car who will still want to be extremely mobile. We want to combine our expertise and experience to develop a unique, sustainable ecosystem for urban mobility.”The deal hasn’t been finalized yet – US and European regulators still need to approve it. It shouldn’t be too long, though, before they get the green light. The two companies will still remain competitors in their respective core businesses. Do you know who the best and worst insurance companies are in SA? We found out!