Owning a car costs roughly $7,500 per year. Share a ride with others at Cigna and save.
Reduce emissions and spare the air by sharing a ride. Our earth will appreciate it.
Zimride is a fun and easy way to share the seats in your car or catch a ride. Zimride empowers you to create social, sustainable and convenient transportation.
Cigna Zimride helps you offer or request rides to share your commute. If you have a car, split costs by offering rides. If you don't have a car, use the system to find a ride to work. Use of Cigna Zimride is 100% free to employees. Simply register for a Zimride account, setup your profile, post a ride or browse for matches, and contact other Cigna employees with the same commute. Within moments you can get started finding new carpooling partners. If you don't find a match right away, Zimride will email you when a new user posts a potential carpooling match. You can also choose to open your account to matches outside of Cigna.
Cigna Zimride requires an @cigna.com email address. While all employees of Cigna can use Zimride, you must have Internet access on your computer to access the site at work. For employees with Intranet-only access rights, you can access the rideshare site outside of work on any computer connected to the Internet.
You can choose to share a ride on a repeating schedule or on an as-needed basis. You can create multiple routes for multiple days in addition to one-time trips.
At your option, you can choose to have your profile viewable to all Zimride corporate customers. You can select this preference when creating your profile. This provides you with greater match possibilities, since Zimride has over 300,000 registered users nationwide. We recommend only offering ride to people you trust. Spend a few minutes evaluating their profile.
If commuters rotate the driving equally, money doesn't have to change hands. But if only one person drives the carpool, passengers generally chip in to cover the costs of gas and parking. The amount of shared cost will vary depending on the carpool. However, some guidelines to consider include how much the driver spends on gas and wear and tear. Below is a table provided by AAA to show average operating costs per mile.
Of course! Like any group effort, a carpool requires courtesy and cooperation to keep things running smoothly. A little effort can help you maintain good carpool etiquette, whether you're behind the wheel or just along for the ride. While every carpool group is unique, good etiquette is essential to keep it running smoothly. Good etiquette takes into account communication, courtesy and the safety of everyone in the carpool. It is recommended that each carpool member should have a chance to express his/her needs and concerns. Carpoolers should then agree upon on certain ground rules at the outset: