Carpooling just got easier with the introduction of a new app that makes ride sharing a breeze. The Ride Remedy app, introduced by CorGar, LLC, aims to "save the planet one ride at a time." It's an idea we've heard before: with Zimride, 511 Rideshare and Carticipate.
Ride sharing is a good idea because it saves on fuel costs and reduces overall emissions, but it is often a time consuming endeavor to search for others in your area interested in carpooling and heading in the same direction. RideRemedy wants to make it easy for carpoolers to connect with others interested in sharing a ride.

The RideRemedy app focuses on keeping user privacy intact by not revealing email addresses or phone numbers of those involved in the ride sharing process. RideRemedy is currently available for download in the iTunes app store. It's free for the first three months and moves up to $4.99 a year. Ten percent of the proceeds go back to organizations aiming to improve and protect our planet. Interested in learning more? Follow us after the jump for a video highlighting the benefits of RideRemedy, if you haven't seen something like this before.

[Source: Ride Remedy, iTunes Store, Qbiki Networks]

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