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04-30-2008, 08:07 AM #1Anggie ThompsonGuest
I just met with someone yesterday to carpool with. I can't wait to start. Since changing jobs 2 months ago, the little raise that I got quickly went straight into the gas tank. On the days that she drives, I will cut down my driving from 46 miles roundtrip to 18, to our meeting spot. It doesn't sound like much, but every bit helps. I don't drive much during my lunch hour, and will consolidate my trips to days that I drive. I don't know what else to do unless we add more people to our carpool and reduce the amount each of us drives even more.
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05-04-2008, 08:02 AM #2Jeana LindellGuest
I've just begun this with a colleague. We each save
about $50 a week when the other person is driving.
We're communicating regarding appointments after work
and changing our personal schedules to increase the
number of days each week that we can travel together.
We're teachers, and plan to do this next year. I
think we can both save approximately $1,000 during the
next school year, by traveling together!
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