In total, AAA interviewed just over 1,000 adults to find their gas-price breaking point and what they do to offset high prices. According to the study, 86 percent said they would drive less, 54 percent said they would drive a more fuel-efficient car and 33 percent said they would carpool more. Almost half of all those polled who were between the ages of 18 and 34 said they are more willing to cut fuel expenses by using public transportation or working closer to home.
Of course, maybe the answer is just to buy more bicycles like the Italians? Head on over to AAA for the full results of the study.