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Using a BicycleThis is a page about using a bicycle. Using a bike for a lot of your local travel is not only healthy it can save you money and help the environment.

 

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Environmentally Friendly Driving TipsThis page is about the ecology of your car. Keeping your vehicle in good running order is one tip to lessen your car's impact on the environment.

 

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Setting Up a Carpool to WorkThis is a page about setting up a carpool to work. Carpooling or ride-sharing is a great way to save gas when commuting to daily activities. If your co-workers live near you or on the way to work it can be easy to set up a carpool for getting to and from work.

 

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Alternative Transportation Ideas?Because of the rising price of gas and the effect on the environment, my family is considering selling one of our cars (we have two) and getting something like Segways, mopeds, motorized scooters, and so on. I'm looking for some advice about some of these methods of transportation.

 

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Do HHO Gas Generators Work?Last week, I was at my local mechanic's shop. He began telling me about someone who had installed an HHO gas generator. This person is also a customer of the same mechanic, so I was wondering, do HHO gas generators actually work?

 

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The Ecology of Your CarWhen you consider that there are well over 600 million cars on the road worldwide, you begin to understand how a few negative driving and maintenance habits can add up to large environmental damage. Lessen your car's impact on the environment by following these driving and maintenance tips:

 

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How To Bike More And Drive LessWhether you ride your bike to work, to school, or to the grocery store, biking is a safe, inexpensive and fun way to get around. It's also good for your waistline and the environment.

 

Have a No Drive Day Each Week

Have a No Drive Day Each WeekInstitute a no-drive day each week to save on gas and get exercise. We are fortunate to be in walking distance (1-1.5 miles) to just about everything we need. Of course, this won't work for everyone. But for some, you can plan to drive even fewer days a week.

 

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