Thursday, May 22, 2008

Are you ready to cut the cost of your fuel in half?

Here's a new twist on the mass transit concept that will save millions of dollars every day!

As a society, we currently use taxis, trains, buses and other forms of money and energy saving modes of transportation.

A mass marketed, universally accepted method of reducing fuel consumption could present a fundamental improvement in the way we use our vehicles. In fact a lot of people have already changed the way they use their vehicles. Rising fuel prices are causing people to drive only when necessary. Some people are allocating larger portions of their budgets to pay for fuel instead of things like: food, entertainment and unfortunately in some cases, their prescription medications!

When oil topped $133 a barrel the other day, experts stated that due to global demand coupled with less than adequate production is leading us to dwindling supplies. The experts exact words were: “There is nothing we can do about these rising gas prices!”

Nothing? That's kind of scary considering that one expert said $200 a barrel might not be too far away. Wow, that would put us at somewhere between $7 - $8 per gallon of gas and probably more than that for diesel!

Schools are already taking funds away from other programs to cope with higher diesel costs to run buses. Truckers are protesting and threatening to shut down in an effort to get the government to do something about these prices.

What's your idea?

Any ideas on how we can bring “PiggyBack RideShare” from an out of the box idea into a mainstream alternative that has the potential to transform the way we travel?

Or maybe you have your own ideas on how to help reduce fuel cost and consumption.

Don't be shy, post a reply!

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