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Carpooling with Coworkers: The Pros and Cons

Posted On
May 13
Are you interested in carpooling with coworkers? Is this something you have thought about in the past, due to the many benefits? If you answered yes to these questions, you may want to consider setting something up with your fellow workers in the near future.

Before you get too excited, however, you want to become familiar with both the pros and cons of this arrangement.


1. Save money on gas while avoiding wear and tear on your vehicle. With gas prices hovering around all-time highs, it is always nice to save a few dollars by driving to work with others.

2. Make friends at the office. If you are the type of person who is interested in making friends with coworkers, this is one of the best ways of doing so. Spending time in the car, driving to and from work, will give you plenty of time to talk.

3. Less stress. On the days when you are not driving, you can sit back and relax as opposed to dealing with traffic.


1. Office gossip. Is there anything worse than people who gossip about everything that goes on in the office? If you aren’t careful, you may find yourself traveling down the highway with somebody who enjoys spreading rumors.

2. People not taking their turn. A carpool is only a carpool if everybody takes a turn. You could find yourself driving more than your share if you don’t carefully choose your carpool mates.

3. Potential problems if somebody calls off work. What will you do if the person scheduled to drive calls off work for an emergency? Will you be able to pick up on the fly and get yourself to the office on time?

These are just a few of the many positives and negatives of carpooling with coworkers. Can you think of any others that will allow you to make a more confident decision?

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