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Ilanit pushes a large blue paper-recycling bin down the middle of the street. Cars honk at her in desperation, until she finally moves indifferently aside. “It’s better than a car,” she laughs. “It doesn’t guzzle gas and it drives beautifully. What more do you need?”

She parks her “vehicle” next to a large garbage bin on Levanda Street, near the new Central Bus Station, and immerses...