Peeved at petrol costing £1 a litre? Thinking about using the car less? Looking forward to a visit next year from your own personal travel adviser? Then how about this? It's from the same people who came up with liftshare a website that helps people share car journeys. Only they've taken the idea one step further ( geddit? ) This new scheme matches individuals with others walking the same way so they can walk together. iPM has been speaking to its founder - Ali Clabburn.
But is letting anyone know where you walk - and when you walk - such a good idea? How do you share safely such personal information without running the risk that you give away too much about yourself and your whereabouts? Here's Ali Clabburn again,
So let's meet two women who have recently become Walkbudi's
My guess is that it's going to take something radical to lure us away from the comfort and convenience of the car - but would you be tempted to give this a go?