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PostHeaderIcon Gas Prices Impacting the Way People Get to Work

Yep, it’s true.

More and more people are carpooling and taking advantage of public transportation. Some folks are buying more fuel-efficient or alternative fuel cars.

Some people are adding both health and environmental benefits to their gas-saving measures by walking or biking to work.

Others are taking the truly drastic measure of looking for a new job closer to their home! For more info and statistics, check out this article at accountingweb.com.

There’s a reason the only fuel I need to get to work is coffee 🙂

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