To promote the sharing economy, it makes sense to share a car ride when moving around. Indeed, when people share a car ride, it helps to reduce fuel expenses for the car owners as well as to reduce CO2 emissions for the sake of our planet! To make our city less congested and less polluted, it requires some changes in our habits that could have an impact on the long term. For example, commuters shouldn’t drive by themselves, they need to be rehabilitated to the importance that is to share a car ride with people going the same direction.
Lately, many rideshare app and other online services have blossomed making it very easy to share a car ride with anybody in the same area going the same direction. Of all those carpool solutions, there is Zify, allowing its users to share a car ride to anybody travelling the same way or to at least share a part of a trip. It’s a very easy short distance carpool app to use on the daily basis. As a new user, you’ll be asked to add your travel preferences, which are usually your home and work addresses in order to match your itinerary with potential ride. Drivers are also asked to add their daily itinerary to make it easy to share a car ride for everyone.
We, at Zify, constantly work to make people’s commute a happy time and less of a hassle!
The CO2 emissions of a single vehicle can be divided by the number of passengers present throughout the carpool. Also, grouping four commuters together has the possible outcome of reducing the number of vehicles on roadways by four, and by doing so greatly divides the emissions levels of each commuter.
The technology era changed the way we consume services and it renews it. Mobility-as-a-service promote and encourage people to share a car ride. The future is to share and care, not to own and neglect.