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09-18-2014 04:00 AM
fastrez
Parents: Is the cost of family transport out of control

Hi guys,

My name is Dave and I’m working with UK company Liftshare and seven of the country’s top parenting bloggers to produce a free eBook guide to help people like you manage their family’s transport budget while the price of living continues to rise. We think everyone has the right to get around, and we’d like to invite you to help us give a clear view on the true cost of staying mobile with children today.

If you would like to help us create something parents across the UK can use to help manage their transport budget, all you need to do is complete a quick five-second survey. The results will appear in our eBook and help you get your opinions out there.

The survey can be found here, and takes less than a minute to complete. It's only open to UK parents unfortunately:

http://bit.ly/1u2USfm

For more information on Liftshare, it is a UK service that offers parents with cars to save money on petrol by sharing trips to their child’s after school classes and birthday parties by splitting the cost with other parents. Families without cars can also find other local parents going to these events and accept lifts by chipping in some petrol money.

Thanks for your time and your help, it means a lot to us,

Dave

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