Claudio Scali uses Car Next Door to get the kids to school, and yummy vegan cookies to the community
Claudio Scali is a small business owner living in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs with his three kids. He uses Car Next Door to get his kids to school during the week and his delicious vegan cookies to Farmers’s Markets on the weekends. Check out ‘The C Word’ on instagram
The short version of why I joined Car Next Door is that back in 2015 when we were still living in Collingwood I got a flyer in the mail from one of my neighbours who was sharing their car. I instantly fell in love with this concept. About a year
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