What are you going to do?
The price of a gallon of regular gas in the Buffalo region has gone up 75 cents
in the last year, and you know it's only going to continue rising in the long run.
But you still need to drive.
One of the beauties of our region is being able to get around quickly. Some
call Buffalo a "20-minute city" because we can drive almost anywhere in 20 minutes.
So how are you adjusting to the rising cost? You can buy a smaller car; you can
start carpooling; you can take public transportation, or even ride a bike. Or you
can just ignore it and absorb the increases.
How high does the price of gas need to go for you to seriously consider making
changes in your lifestyle?
-- Grove Potter