I agree with SFC W and 68Rvet...how can you force somebody to give someone else a ride, in their on POV?!?! Unless the unit provides the vehicle, nobody can be told to pick someone else.
I had one of my soldiers belive that it was MY responsibility to get him to work. He was always calling me to give him rides to work, and i always did, no big deal...one day we had TA-50 layout, and he had to bring his stuff to work. He did not called me to tell me he needs a ride (sometimes he will get someone else to pick him up), he just decide not to bring his stuff. When i asked him why he didn't brought his stuff he said that he didn't had a ride, he walked that day. WTF...you could call all the other times you didn't had a ride, but you could't call me now? So i told him to walk home and get his stuff and walk back to work, unless he finds someone to give him a ride...i didn't care how he did it, i told him to get back to work with all his stuff, within one hour. His response was, why don't i give him a ride, because is my responsibility to to take him to work! SO, because i gave him rides to work every time he asked me, he thought that is my responsibility to do that. When i told my superiors the conversation i had with my soldier, they told me that it was fault, that i enabled him by drive him to work all the time, and this way he took me for granted...he thought i was a push-over...well, guess what, i counseled him right away, and show him who he is dealing with, lol.
Ok, i got off track here...bottom line is, is nobody's responsibility to take you to work, but your own...and definately, you can't counsel somebody for not give someone else a ride...unless you are somone else's driver/aide (CSM, BN CDR...), then you will get a Gov. vehicle, and all you do is drive them around, lol.