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View Poll Results: Rideshare for shopping in Germany ___________!
is a great idea and I would love to use it as a passenger! 3 37.50%
is a great idea and I can offer places in my car! 1 12.50%
is not for me, I don't like sharing my car! 3 37.50%
is not for me, I use train/bus! 0 0%
other (write in post) 1 12.50%
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Old 21.10.2015, 00:45
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Re: Rideshare for shopping in Germany

If you think, the tickets from the SBB to Konstanz are too expensive, go with mein fernbus, one way costs only 8 Euros and the bus is even faster (takes only 1 Hour from zurich to konstanz).
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AFAIK, mobility charges for both time and distance.
Perfect for weekend-trips. Not.
To me, it looks like it's basically for transporting your car-load of groceries from the local Migros home, where the mobility station is next to the Migros and your home is 5km away.
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Original Poster, that would be you in this thread.



They make money selling their stuff/service so they're guaranteed to find (make up) some reason as a selling proposition.

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The sum of all premiums paid is higher than the total cost of the repairs.
Thanks for the note, I bought supercover and the premium was 300CHF, I mean, if you have a scratch or whatever, yes, it will probably be in that range, but if you kill the bumper or whatever that goes with the chasis, you can multiply the 300 by 10+ ...

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Ahhh...OP asks for ride share gets mobility and train links...
heh, yeah ... somebody explained the OP to me ... btw, your inbox quota is full, doesn't allow to send you a message (just fyi)

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Old 22.10.2015, 09:41
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Re: Rideshare for shopping in Germany

I live 5 minutes from Waldshut so that doesn't really help anyone here. I often see people taking the train to Waldshut (via Koblenz).
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Re: Rideshare for shopping in Germany

OT: Can someone explain to me how one can insert a poll into an existing thread (perhaps in Forum Support rather than here)? I always thought you had to start a new thread to be able to create a poll.

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I live 5 minutes from Waldshut so that doesn't really help anyone here. I often see people taking the train to Waldshut (via Koblenz).
True, it's mainly for people that have to take a car/bus/train for cca 20min and above to go shopping
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OT: Can someone explain to me how one can insert a poll into an existing thread (perhaps in Forum Support rather than here)? I always thought you had to start a new thread to be able to create a poll.

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Hi there, I was able to do it retrospectively ... it was in additional options
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