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A Joy Ride for Car Poolers


Car pooling in India could not be so rescuing when it came to getting away with an offence, you bet.

This one has the members who have great time while ridesharing. Five in number, they are an all-women group. They are all giggly, chubby and blissfully overweight. When they laugh it means hard time for the axles of the car they are carpooling by as they shake and jump. The car literally screams under their bulge and pounds.

The five hardly fit in but it is the most comfortable and hilarious period of time, about an hour, which has brought delight to these five-some.

The journey to their places of work begins with the part-breakfast they all share. Part-breakfast means the second round of breakfast they relish after the one at home. Hence the stress is to bring the tastiest and most innovative for the breakfast on the go. There is sort of a competition. Needless to say, the contest to have an edge over the other in terms of what better dish one can bring for the ride, have even their bulges competing.

Not long back they were stopped by a traffic policeman. The offence was that the driver was using her mobile. He explained the fine. Rs 1000 and no escape from it. The carpool came to a halt. The lingering taste of cheese sandwiches they had just had turned sour. The punishment was not small and by agreement all had to share all kinds of expenses while on car sharing.

The most outspoken of them approached the policeman with an amazing determination. “We do not have that kind of money and tell us what you expect us to do when there is an urgent call and no place to park the car”. You should use hands-free device, retorted the policeman, fishing out his complaint note book. “You make take our car as we have no money,” she insisted. The policeman was nonplussed. The bunch of big bulks and now the car to take care. “I can give you a concession. Pay up 500 upfront and get going”, he offered. “You mean bribe? “Now we must go to your police station even if it means paying a heavier fine, as we must report against you”. The cop realized the ordeal to follow. Mellowed down, he said,” I let you go for the first offence, now can you offer me what you ladies had been eating before you stopped.” They were all giggles and a sandwich was extended to the cop as thanksgiving.

Car pooling in India could not be so rescuing when it came to getting away with an offence, you bet.

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Submitted by:

Suraj Gupta

Suraj Gupta is a contributing author to the website http://www.easydrivecarpool.com - India's first auto carpool Site. Carpooling is shared use of a car. You can find here information on about car sharing in India, ridesharing, ride board, ride share, rent-a-car, car pool India, car pool Bangalore, Car pool Delhi, Car pool Mumbai.





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