To design a product to help people with carpooling, we first need to understand the pain points and motivations of potential users. Carpooling can offer several benefits, such as cost savings, reduced traffic congestion, and environmental benefits. However, it can also be challenging to coordinate schedules and routes with other riders. One potential solution is to create a mobile app that connects drivers and riders in real-time. The app could allow users to input their starting location, destination, and preferred departure time. It could then match users with other riders who have similar routes and schedules. To encourage participation, the app could offer incentives such as discounts on gas, reduced toll fees, and rewards for frequent carpoolers. The app could also provide a rating system so users can rate their experience with other riders and drivers, encouraging positive behavior. To ensure safety, the app could require users to verify their identity and driving record. It could also allow users to share their location with friends and family, and offer emergency assistance if needed. Overall, a carpooling app could be a valuable tool for people looking to save money, reduce their environmental impact, and build community connections. By addressing the unique needs and concerns of carpoolers, we can create a product that meets the needs of users and provides a positive impact on society.