Have a long distance to travel, don’t want to travel alone, or don’t want to pay for expensive plane tickets? Then Tripda is the best option for you! Tripda is a ride-sharing platform that allows people who are traveling to the same place to travel together. For example, if you need to head to San Francisco, Tripda can find you a person to travel with who is also going to San Francisco. Or if you’re driving to San Francisco yourself, Tripda can pair you with someone who is also looking to head there and you can make money from driving them! It’s an easy, safe, affordable, and earth-friendly solution to long-distance traveling.

A great part about Tripda is being able to meet new people and establish friendships. An awesome feature of this platform is matching drivers with the perfect passengers. As a driver, you can pick travel companions based on how much they are willing to pay, whether they like talking or not, how comfortable they like to be, whether you don’t mind their dog in the car, and more. By finding compatible passengers, you’re destined to have a car ride that is awkward-free and fun! It’ll make traveling much more enjoyable than being squished next to a stranger on a plane. And who knows, you could end up finding your next best friend or lover!

Another cool feature is being able to make money. Getting paid to drive someone to the place that you’re already traveling to? I’ll take that! As a driver, you get to choose the price you want to set for each passenger to pay. Tripda will then turn the price green if it believes the price to be fair. If the price turns orange, it's less fair. And if it turns red, it's too expensive! This helps drivers find passengers easily, and it makes sure that passengers aren't over-paying.

Out of all methods of transportation to long-distance destinations, Tripda is the best one to choose. Not only does it accommodate to you, but it also benefits the environment and society. Book your next trip with Tripda!

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Her Campus Media. All opinions are my own.

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