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Updated Automatically on March 4th, 2009
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Everyone knows about sharing the ride by carpooling to work, but what other ways can you save gas by ride sharing? Here are a few.

  • Carpool to the grocery store with a neighbor. Find a neighbor who shops at the same grocery store and talk to them about sharing the ride and alternating the driving to save gas and money.
  • Instead of one or two parents and one kid in the minivan going to the childs game, why not include another family on the team in the drive? Switch off who drives to the games.
  • We never go to concerts or sporting events with an empty seat in the car. There are plenty of friends and neighbors going, so why not put one person in each seatbelt and save gas and money?
  • If you and a neighbor have similar errand schedules, see if you can work out a Saturday morning (or whenever you do your errands) carpool arrangement.
  • Save gas, save money, and save lives by having a designated driver for a night out on the town with friends.

These are just a few “out of the box” ways to save fuel by sharing the ride. Can you come up with any that fit your situation?

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Updated Automatically on March 4th, 2009
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2 Responses to “Save Gas With Creative Ride Sharing”

    good idea thanks for this!

    not a bad way to go…i guess you cud use public transport as well…alhthough its usless!

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