Old 10-05-06, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by substructure
This is something I'm working at. I have tracked a route online. Now I', going to drive it home to see how it looks. Then I'll try to commute at least once a week. My problem is that it's not across town. My job is a good, long drive. And that's using all highway. But I think it's doable.
Not knowing where you are at, I'd suggest for very long commutes (mine is 11 miles one-way) looking into public transportation parking lots for shortening your commute. Drive part way, park the car and ride the rest.
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