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Ride2Go – Ride together

Published on 11/02/2019

Ride2Go – Ride together
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It’s the same nightmare morning and evening: Miles of slowdowns and tailbacks on the roads of Luxembourg.

For many people, the journey to work is already stressful and tiring even before the work day begins. Have you thought about car sharing to reduce the number of cars on our roads?

The increasing volume of traffic is not just paralysing our large cities, but is also having an increasing effect on the main motorways in frontier regions. In cooperation with its partner clubs in Germany (ADAC), France (ACA) and Switzerland (TCS), the ACL has launched a new initiative for reducing this European commuter traffic. Together, they now offer you a car sharing platform on their respective Internet portals.

The purpose of the initiative is to make car sharing easier for commuters, most of whom travel alone in their car. This will relieve congestion on roads, create more parking spaces and will not only reduce exhaust emissions, but also save on fuel costs. The four clubs have access to a database that is unique on a European scale. The platform can be accessed by everyone - whether a driver or passenger - even for non-members of an automobile club.

For more information, go to  www.acl.lu/covoiturage
 


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