• The controversial D909 in the suburbs of Paris

    We get a lot of questions about greener or more fuel-efficient cars. But we rarely get questions about how to drive less. A cheerful little post and infographic by the delightfully named Mr. Money Mustache highlights the true cost of commuting to jobs that are no longer within walking or biking distance, as they were for many Americans until 1940 or so. Neatly summarized on LifeHacker, each extra mile you have to drive to work costs you $795 a year. That's using a driving cost of 34 cents per mile (the IRS actually allows you 51 cents) and a value of $25 an hour for the time you spend behind...

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