[WWW]AlterNetRides is a service that helps anyone find rides. It is ugly as sin. For some reason, [WWW]this aggie article leads the reader to believe that TAPS was somehow involved in the site becoming available to students, but anyone who visits the website will notice that the website says "free to anyone." The TAPS website even has a link to the alternet website that requires a Kerberos Login. It is unclear why this exists. Maybe i'm missing something.

The service doesn't appear to list UC Davis/Davis any longer. (2006-05-12)


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2005-08-03 23:12:13   I registered with it. I agree it is ugly as sin. I tried it out after an article in a July issue of the Cal Aggie. My sentiments could this company market itself to Universities, and more importantly, how could they accept, when the site is so brutally unappealing and illogically designed and executed? —AnnieSirrah

2005-12-20 20:06:27   I highly recommend the [WWW]Craigslist rideshare. I've used it many times and had all positive experiences. —SteveDavison

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