Rider $igns

Download and Print your Ride$hare Sign:

ADAMS Ride$hare sign

ALFORD Ride$hare sign

BARRINGTON STAGE Ride$hare sign

BMC Ride$hare sign

BECKET Ride$hare sign

BIG Y Ride$hare sign

BTF Ride$hare sign

BUTTERNUT Ride$hare sign

CATAMOUNT Ride$hare sign

CHESHIRE Ride$hare sign

CLARKSBURG Ride$hare sign

DALTON Ride$hare sign

FLORIDA, MA Ride$hare sign

GB Ride$hare sign

HANCOCK Ride$hare sign

HINSDALE Ride$hare sign

HOUSATONIC Ride$hare sign

JACOB’S PILLOW Ride$hare sign

JIMINY PEAK Ride$hare sign

LANESBOROUGH Ride$hare sign

LEE Ride$hare sign

LENOX Ride$hare sign

MASS MoCA Ride$hare sign

MONTEREY Ride$hare sign

MOUNT WASHINGTON Ride$hare sign

NEW ASHFORD Ride$hare sign

NEW MARLBOROUGH Ride$hare sign

NORMAN ROCKWELL Ride$hare sign

NORTH ADAMS Ride$hare sign

NORTH CANAAN Ride$hare sign

NORTH EGREMONT Ride$hare sign

OTIS Ride$hare sign

PERU Ride$hare sign

PITTSFIELD Ride$hare sign

RICHMOND Ride$hare sign

SANDISFIELD Ride$hare sign

SAVOY Ride$hare sign

SHAKESPEARE & CO. Ride$hare sign

SHEFFIELD Ride$hare sign

SOUTH EGREMONT Ride$hare sign

STOCKBRIDGE Ride$hare sign

TANGLEWOOD Ride$hare sign

TYRINGHAM Ride$hare sign

WAHCONAH PARK Ride$hare sign

WASHINGTON Ride$hare sign

WASSAIC Ride$hare sign

WEST STOCKBRIDGE Ride$hare sign

WILLIAMSTOWN Ride$hare sign

WINDSOR Ride$hare sign

Free Custom Sign:  BerkshireRideShare@gmail.com

2 Responses

  1. Dagan
    Dagan at | |

    What an awesome concept!

    So do I print the sign for the town that I live in, and post on my car?

    Thanks and keep up the cool work!

    1. Chip Elitzer
      Chip Elitzer at | |

      These are rider signs. For example, if I want a ride from Great Barrington (where I live) to Williamstown (where I go a lot for the Theatre Festival), I will print both the “Ride$hare Williamstown” and the “Ride$hare GB” signs. Going out, I will stand by the side of the road and hold up the Williamstown sign while making the “V” hand signal. On the return, I’ll use the GB sign.

      A driver doesn’t have to be going all the way to your destination in order to share his ride with you — just going in the right direction for a while. Once Ride$hare catches on, you’ll be able to daisy-chain together a series of rides to get to your destination, and not have to wait more than a minute each time except for the least-traveled roads.

      Why? Because if only one driver in ten is willing to share his ride, and if more than ten cars a minute travel that section of road, your average wait time should be under a minute.

Please comment with your real name using good manners.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

%d bloggers like this: