10 Reasons How Carpooling Makes Commuting A Wow From A Woe

10 Reasons How Carpooling Makes Commuting A Wow From A Woe

Meeting your next best friend, learning a life lesson, and having a crash course in High school Physics. These are just some of the reasons why one should carpool, instead of driving by themselves every single day. Think we are joking? Don’t believe us? We’ve got proof! Here are the 10 reasons why you might want to check out carpooling around you, the next time you step out: 1. Money Money Money. You know what doesn’t grow on trees? Money. Do you know how much money you can save by sharing a ride, and carpooling? Loads. Do you know what you can do with all that saved money? Hello, Christmas came early this year. 2. Save Fuel. You know what else doesn’t grow on trees? Fuel. Do the environment a favour. Carpool more. Sride more. 3. It’s Like Facebook. On Wheels. Are you tired of your friends? Want to make new ones? Get bored driving to work alone? Carpooling with Sride is the solution to finding your new Best Friend for life. Or at least till when you reach work. 4. Starting your own adventure, without risking your life like Indiana Jones. For those of you who like your adrenaline in small does, think of all the possibilities carpooling can open. Do we see a Hollywood blockbuster being made about it? Obviously Yes. 5. Lesser traffic jams What are those wide unending ribbons of concrete that you see for miles ahead? Oh yes, those are open roads with no traffic. 6. It’s easier than the alphabet. No more bookings. No more tickets. No more where’s-my-receipt-it-was-just-here! Sride is THAT simple....
sRide – Tool for Commute Conundrum

sRide – Tool for Commute Conundrum

Maybe the world can live without food, maybe the world can live without water, but can the world really live with a commute? Birds migrate over continents, gazelles and wildebeest do it over plains, and even insects cross-pollinate over orchards, everybody’s always moving, constantly rushing, always going forth. And yet, as human beings, we are the only ones who complain incessantly about all our travelling woes. Without knowing it, we spend a major part of our life in transit, commuting for jobs, for schools, for social events, always in a massive hurry to get from point A to point B. Studies show that the average American spends a total of thirty eight hours every year stuck in traffic, and do you know what? In most major cities across the world, the typical car commuter spends more than 60 hours – that’s more than a week of work-time – sitting in their car, stuck. People may hate rush-hour traffic and all the hassles associated with it, but not enough to give up their cars. Still, at the end of the day, more than three-quarters of us prefer to drive to work alone. Only 5 percent use public transportation. Fewer still walk or ride bicycles. Do they enjoy wasting their money, their fuel, and most importantly, their time? We sure hope not. How do we make the commute more exciting? Can we make it add value to our lives? Do we maximize on these moments of self-inflicted isolation and do something productive with all the time we sit confined in our car? Like chalk out our life plans, dream a little...