A Westcountry council is giving away £100 worth of fuel this November to promote car sharing.
In conjunction with National Lift Share Week, Devon County Council is awarding the prize through its Carsharedevon scheme to one lucky commuter in the hopes of luring members of the public into greener travel alternatives.
This comes as a promotion which begins on October 7.
Carsharedevon is the free service which allows people in Devon and across the South West to find others to share their journey, either taking turns with the driving, or giving someone a lift in exchange for a contribution to the fuel costs.
It is commissioned by Devon County Council, in partnership with Plymouth and Torbay Councils.
Commuters who register with the website before Saturday November 30 will be entered into the prize draw to win a tank of fuel up to the value of £100.
Councillor Stuart Hughes, the Devon County Council cabinet member for highways, said: "The carsharedevon.com website is really easy to use, and with more than 10,200 members it's the best way to find others who are regularly making the same journey as you. I would encourage everyone to log on and take a look."
Among those who have found a carsharer through Carsharedevon is teacher Katy Lewis who lives in Exeter and travels to work in Plymouth.
She said: "I signed up to Carsharedevon after travelling to work for a month and realising exactly how much it was going to cost in fuel. I found Jamie and it is working really well so far.
"We take it in turns to drive and as we both work in schools we have similar working patterns and are able to be flexible when it comes to parents' evenings and after-school meetings. We also have the common goal in mind of saving money and have both commented on how much quicker the journey seems to pass when you have company in the car with you."
Nicky Allen and Cindy Jefferson carshare from Mid Devon.
Nicky said: "I never thought I would be able to find a car share living 25 miles from Exeter. It has been brilliant and I calculated it has saved me about £20 per week."