Going Green

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

High Gas Prices Curtailing Driving

Higher gasoline prices are affecting our driving -- especially unnecessary driving such as vacations.

U.S. roads see fewer drivers for 7th straight month

Officials expect continued travel drop-off because of rising fuel prices.

By Angela Greiling Keane
Tuesday, July 29, 2008

U.S. motorists, paying record prices for gasoline, drove less for a seventh consecutive month in May, pointing toward the first annual drop in road travel since 1980.

"Four dollars per gallon may have been the trigger point we've been looking for," said...(complete article here).

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