Organisations that provide transport on a not-for-profit basis can apply for permits under Section 19 or Section 22 of the Transport Act 1985.

These permits allow the holder to run transport services without needing a full public service vehicle licence.

For more information, please see Section 19 and 22 permits: not for profit passenger transport.


Frequently asked questions

  1. How much could I save by car sharing or eco-driving?
  2. Where can I get more information on car sharing or eco-driving?
  3. How safe is car sharing?

How much could I save by car sharing or eco-driving?

You are cutting your fuel costs in half every time you car share. The amount you can save depends on what car you drive, how often you make your journey and how long your journey is.

To find out how much your car costs you and for tips on more efficient driving, please visit the Energy Savings Trust’s travel energy checker.


Where can I get more information on car sharing or eco-driving?

For information on car sharing visit Tripshare Falkirk.

You will find information car sharing including:

  • What’s involved
  • What the legal and insurance implications are
  • How much you could save
  • How to stay safe
  • How to start car sharing
For more details on eco-driving, visit the Energy Saving Trust website.

How safe is car sharing?

Car sharing is safe, provided you take some basic precautions. For safety tips, please visit Tripshare Falkirk Safety Tips.