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AddUS 'peak miles' may have happened five years ago, Americans still drive 3 trillion miles a year

In what may seem like a "man bites dog" story, the grand total of annual vehicle-miles driven may have peaked a few years ago and continues to decline as more people get out of their cars and choose to take public transportation or even hoof it instead.

AddLiving in sprawl can cost you up to $10,000 extra a year

Yes, we already knew that living in a home that's far away from work or from city services can be costly because of transportation costs. Now, we have a slightly better idea of how costly.

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