How commuting by bicycle can reduce your car insurance
Stern is driving about 3,000 fewer miles a year (which, I assume, translates to 3,000 more biking miles, which is awesome). This change, plus a reduction in break-in or theft risk from no longer parking by the BART station, has saved him $186. Overall, Stern estimates he's saving almost $1,000 a year by spending more time on his bike. Click over for the details.
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