ON THE ROAD: The many ways of traveling to work and vice versa, part 7

ON THE ROAD: The many ways of traveling to work and vice versa, part 7

Isn’t it hard to pick the best way to get to work? Is there any way to make it even a bit easier? Well, there just might be! We’ve put together a concise analysis of the most common ways professionals get to work. Read on and find out the pros and cons of this week’s pick!

You picked: The Transport Network Vehicle Service (TNVS)

Speed: 4. TNVS units are literally private vehicles for hire. They’re the closest you can get to having your own car. They will prioritize your trip, except when in a passenger sharing arrangement.

Availability: 2. TNVS operators have become more in demand because they present an alternative to the other problematic modes of transport. High demand makes it difficult to book.

Comfort: 5. Most TNVS operators use brand new vehicles, but the rest use well-maintained ones. They ensure a clean and comfortable vehicle interior as part of their branding.

Safety: 4. TNVS providers ensure accountability from their operators by sharing essential information with the passenger. Only road accidents are a significant danger.

Cost: 1. TNVS rides are reasonably priced, but this can spike during rush hour or other periods of high demand.

When is the best time to use a TNVS

If you can afford to use a TNVS, might as well make the most of the multiple unique advantages it presents. It’s almost like having a car, just less expensive and with inconsistent availability.

That’s the last for our ON THE ROAD series for now, but check out our page as we give you new takes on some of the things that we love (and hate) about being a worker in today’s world!

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