Worried about the environment? And your monthly budget? Some families have saved over $2,500 in a year by using bikes as a primary source of transportation. How much can you save?
On National Bike to Work Day, Kiplinger.com offers green living Americans a way to CALCULATE exactly how much money they can save by putting away the car keys and jumping on their bikes. And living in the city isn’t an excuse to not ride a bike to work. For many urban commuters, biking can save both money and time. Half of the working population in the U.S. commutes five miles or less to work, with bike trips of three to five miles taking less time or the same amount of time as commuting by car.
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