Megan’s new job starts in three weeks. She’s trying to figure out the best way to commute that’s convenient but economical, too.
Read Megan’s thoughts, and then choose the best answer.
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Megan’s best choice is to try public transportation first and ask around at the office about ride sharing. Why? She may find she can get by just fine without a car. If so, she’ll save lots of money — not to mention help the environment.
Note: Depending on the state, some car rental companies will not rent to younger customers or charge much higher rates. Do some research and shop around. If you can walk or bike, you’ll save money, get free exercise, and help reduce traffic and pollution.
If you can walk or bike, you’ll save money, get free exercise, and help reduce traffic and pollution.
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