When you need a car, share with your neighbor.
Carpooling reduces traffic congestion by removing cars from the road. It will save you money, make your commute less stressful and reduce your impact on the environment.
How does carpooling work?
A carpool is two or more commuters sharing a ride in one of their own vehicles. Carpoolers can either share driving and expenses or one person may drive most or all of the time, in which case the passenger shares operating expenses with the driver.
Many people find carpool partners through their existing social networks, coworkers and neighbors.
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