Ready to ride? We offer two types of accounts to fund trips.

Chapter Accounts

Chapter accounts are for organizations offering transportation to their members. The group provides the initial funds for its members’ rides, and it can continue to contribute funding to the account over time.

Chapter account examples include:

  • A county government funds trips to senior centers for eligible seniors
  • A hospital offers rides for needy patients to attend appointments
  • A church funds trips for members to ride to and from worship services
  • A nonprofit offers transportation for the community it serves
  • And many more...
Contact us for a free consultation. We’ll assess your situation and give our advice with no upfront fees.
Register Your Chapter

Ride Club Accounts

Common Courtesy "Ride Club"  accounts are used by one specific person or family member. Similar to chapter accounts, others can contribute money to the Ride Club accounts.

Common Courtesy Ride Club account examples include:

  • An individual who wishes to fund transportation in order to maintain independence and active lifestyle
  • A family who wishes to offer rides for a grandparent who can no longer drive
  • And many more...
Register a Rider

Pay for Rides Add trips or pay a balance on Chapter Accounts.

Rider Safety is Paramount

Commitment to Safety

We take the safety of our riders seriously.

Background Checks

All rideshare drivers must pass background checks.


Common Courtesy, the rideshare companies, and the drivers themselves all have insurance covering the trip.

Real-Time Monitoring

Common Courtesy Transportation Logistics Coordinators are also monitoring each trip in real time and are available by phone throughout the experience.

Reliable Partners

We partner with leading rideshare service providers to ensure your members reach their destinations smoothly and safely.

We're Growing Fast Current Chapters

American Parkinson’s Disease Association  • Atlanta Community Food Bank  • Atlanta Hearing Associates  • City of Atlanta  • Coastal Health  • Creative Enterprises, Forsyth County, GA  • Dekalb County, GA  • Dekalb Office of Senior Affairs  • Duluth Co Op  • Emory University Hospital  • Forsyth County, GA Department of Transportation  • Fulton County, GA Senior Services  • Grady Behavioral Health  • Grady Cancer Center  • Grady EMS  • Grady Heart Failure Program  • Grady Infectious Disease Program  • Grady Memorial Hospital  • Grady Social Services  • Holy Innocents Episcopal Church  • Hope Dekalb  • Hope Fulton  • Hope Gwinnett  • Innovative Living  • Kids to Leaders  • Medside  • National Aging in Place Council  • National Aging in Place Council  • North Fulton, GA Senior Services  • North Fulton Senior Services  • Partnership for Community Action  • Returning Citizens-Uplift Program  • Right at Home Senior Care  • Riverwoods Behavioral Health  • Southern Teal Foundation, Columbus  • St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church  • Su-Kor  • UHS  • UHS-Savannah  • UnitedHealthcare  • United Healthcare  • United Way  • United Way of Atlanta  • Wellcare Medicare Health Insurance  • WellStar Health  • Zephyrhills First Congregational Church