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People Talk: Have rising gas prices changed your driving habits?

Gene Pearson, El Dorado Hills
“Yes. I’m combining my trips whenever I can. I take less joy rides in the country.”

Gene Pearson, El Dorado Hills “Yes. I’€™m combining my trips whenever I can. I take less joy rides in the country.”

 

Jackie Kring, El Dorado Hills “€œI have a lot of friends and family in Roseville and I used to be over there all the time. Not so much any more.”

Jim Barroso, Paradise “€œNo. I support missionaries throughout the region and I’m going to keep doing it even if the gas gets a lot more expensive. It’€™s a responsibility thing, and I’€™m prepared to make sacrifices.”

Victoria Alvarado, El Dorado Hills “Oh, yes. I have family in Sacramento and I now visit them once a month instead of once a week.”€

Tom Garcia, Cameron Park “I don’€™t get to the Bay Area nearly as much when it gets this expensive. I have family there.”

 

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