This is a follow-up blog to This. Make sure you read this first or as well to get the full story.

Recently, Jason picked up an active duty young man enlisted in the Air Force who was going home on leave - to Traverse City. This was Jason’s longest ride to date. The passenger was not 25 years old yet, and was denied the ability to rent a car. It seems the rental companies are not making it easy to rent a vehicle these days.

Q: Would you want your wife to become a rideshare driver?

The flat out answer is no, I do not want my wife out rideshare driving. Here’s why:

Recently, I took a very pleasant group of people to a small city by the water. Their final destination was approximately 50 minutes away. I picked them up at the airport. They were here in Michigan to spend the week of July 4th by the water.

Rideshare is becoming what appears to be a permanent fixture in our culture. A year or so ago, when I would type in the word “rideshare,” I would get the red squiggly line telling me I had a misspelled word. That is no longer the case!