Make the most of the convenient lift platform for children in your community now available in the d6 Connect app.
Moms, have you heard about the new service in d6 Connect? If your child’s school is part of the d6 Connect School community, this one’s for you!
Don’t miss out on the handy platform that offers a helpful new ride-sharing service – for parents by parents.
With so many balls to juggle and places to be, it helps to be able to rely on those around you. After all, it takes a village to raise a child! And all you need is the d6 Connect app.
If you’re in a meeting, in a pickle or simply don’t have access to a vehicle and you need to get your child/ren from point A to point B – whether it’s home or to soccer practice – why not make use of the ride-sharing platform that takes car-pooling to the next level?
How it works
Simply log into the new ride-sharing service via the d6 Connect app – read more about this below – and get connected with other parents in your community. The more parents who make use of the service, the better! So spread the word.
Don’t fret and feel bad when you’re unable to drop off or fetch your child/ren, simply connect to parents who are already making the trip. These trips include getting to and from school and after-school activities.
What’s the deal with the d6 Connect app?
d6 Connect is an application designed to simplify school-parent communication.
It’s a handy hub of all the information you need to stay engaged and informed – at the touch of a button. The catch? You need to be part of the d6 Connect school's database to make use of the service.
What makes this ride-sharing platform different?
If you’re looking for a lift for your child/ren and don't want to make use of an external public ride-hailing app, then this is the solution for you!
- Get the community solution – offer to make trips on the app or book trips for those specific dates you are looking for a ride for your child/ren.
- It’s a service for parents by parents – and only contacts registered with a d6 Connect school community will have access to the app.