For many people, switching from driving alone to work to another transportation option such as the bus, train, carpooling, or bicycling is a major psychological obstacle. Working parents often state a need for immediate transportation access during the day to pick up a sick child at school or to quickly take children to after-school programs.
Other workers may have an occasional need to work overtime or stay in the office later than usual. Whatever the reason, many workers have indicated access to a car for unpredictable events heavily factors into their decision to drive alone to work. However, what if a program could provide you with emergency access to transportation when needed? These programs actually exist!