The strike movement organized by the unions of the SNCF and which risks to settle started on April 3rd. Strong disturbances on all rail traffic are to be expected for several months. Maybe you think about carpooling, consider investing in a new car with a car loan?
Disturbances on all rail traffic
Strongly opposed to the project of reform of the SNCF, the railways organized a strike movement which should extend until June 28th. Several changes in the operation of the SNCF are challenged by the unions such as the end of railway status, opening to competition or internal restructuring. The strike, which takes place two days out of five, is already causing major disruption to rail traffic, forcing users to find alternative solutions to travel to work.
Carpooling to face the strike
No longer able to use the train for their journeys, users throughout France turn to other means of transport such as bus or carpooling. The price of bus tickets has soared in this context of strike, so carpooling remains the most efficient and economical way for most users.
The principle of this practice, which has been developing for several years: to share one’s personal vehicle with other private individuals in order to make a common journey. The operation is simple, the individuals having a vehicle register on a platform of linking and offer their way to users in search of a means of transport against a financial participation. Participation that can be welcome for the profitability of a vehicle financed for example with a car loan.
Make your car profitable by carpooling
Carpooling is a great way to make your vehicle profitable. By sharing your drive with colleagues or even complete strangers, it is quite possible to make great savings, especially when the price of fuel flames.
Carpooling can reduce other expenses such as insurance or maintenance of the vehicle, not to mention the ecological benefits of this type of approach. If you want to buy a vehicle or renew your own, you can take out a car loan to finance your project. The low rates of car loans are particularly attractive in April according to figures Credither guide: 1.71% on average for a sum of 10,000 to 15,000 € over two years, 3.03% for an amount less than 10 000 € over three years.