Lending a hand in transport.
Cooperation can often come about in the sense of transport, for it is an effective and efficient way of travelling both for users as well as for the environment.
For example, say you are going down camping somewhere, rather than four people driving down individually, you can help each other out by all jumping into one car, sharing the fuel cost in addition to the time spent driving.
This way you save time, money and everyone gets a fair share.
Another situation regarding transport could be I the event of nights out where alcohol has been consumed. Its 3am you are stuck out on the street near your favourite club and all you want to do is get home.
Though it may be his job, the taxi driver is certainly there to assist you and offer cooperation in the form of getting you home.
The same can be said about getting there. For example you may rely on the cooperation of friends or family to drive you, a taxi if everyone is having a drink or perhaps if your wallet is a bit thicker the hire of a party bus or limo.
Again it can be swings and roundabouts with people lending a hand and helping out. They help you and you help them, so if they take you out one night, then the next time they call upon you to take them somewhere you kindly accept the request and do that for them.
If we share the load just like sharing transport, and help each other out more often we can create better connection between people, more harmony and greater nature of people sharing, contributing, growing and loving.
Next time someone you know needs a lift, take some time out of your day and help them out with some transport. The satisfaction you receive from helping will be worth it and any fuel money or return in favour will only add.