Americans are known for their long-term love affair with their cars. But as gasoline prices soar and concern about the environment mounts, the need to conserve gasoline has become increasingly clear. What would it take to reduce the overall demand for gasoline in the United States? Consider the full range of possibilities from the availability of bike paths to the cost of car insurance.
What are some of your thoughts ladies?
Answer by UpSheRises at 2:56 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Answer by vbruno at 2:57 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Insurance companies are starting to implement discounts for hybrid vehicles (less gas), there is one incentive. Our state has a new commuter train that they are continually expanding to go farther and the fares are very cheap, many commuters around here no longer drive their vehicles to work because it only cost like $3 a day. As a PP stated, the gas prices alone encourage conservation.
Answer by amazinggrace83 at 3:01 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Answer by xmama_bellax at 3:04 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Answer by Mom-2-3-Girlz at 3:18 PM on Apr. 12, 2011
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 3:35 PM on Apr. 12, 2011