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Why Share Your Ride With Hitch?
Why Share Your Ride With Hitch?

Comfy, shared rides between cities that everyone can afford.

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Travel with Hitch

Hitch is an accessible, flexible, and affordable way to travel between cities. Enjoy a cost-effective way to explore, meet with friends, and save on your carbon footprint.

Travel without breaking the bank

Hitch has flexible options for every journey. Use our Hitch station service for our shared (most economical) or private rides (bring the whole crew along, or enjoy an entire car to yourself). Want to save a little money while being dropped off closer to home? Check out our Dynamic Drop-off options in the app. Need us to come to you? Upgrade to Door-to-Door.

Enjoy a safe ride

Our commitment to safety begins before the ride is booked and extends beyond drop-off. Our drivers undergo transportation industry-standard background checks and align with our strict car requirements.

Make a friend or three.

Reclaim the road trip and make connections along the way. Take a Hitch with friends, or meet some new ones. There's no better place for conversation than the open road.

You can reduce your carbon footprint.

Every ride you share helps take a car off the road. That means less traffic, more stories, and fewer CO2 emissions.

Monetize your drive

Drive between cities regularly? Heading there anyway? Turn your empty seats into gas money, memorable conversations, and extra cash without breaking a sweat.

You can engage with personalized support.

Get your questions answered quickly and with care. The Hitch Customer Experience team is ready to help you no matter your need.

Set your itinerary

Travel between most cities in Texas, Oklahoma City, Florida, and select cities throughout the US. Most routes offer flexible departure times between 7 AM and 8 PM daily.


Check out our other help center articles here or reach out to our support team through live chat in the app.m

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