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Boston 1st in savings from forgoing car

Massachusetts commuters drive about 12,000 miles a year, which is about 3,000 miles less than the national average. Massachusetts commuters drive about 12,000 miles a year, which is about 3,000 miles less than the national average. (ERIK JACOBS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE/FILE)
By Noah Bierman
September 14, 2008

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It's a tough leap to ditch the car completely, but a new survey says that Boston is the most cost-effective place in the country to live without one. (Full article: 1096 words)

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