13 miles in about 25 minutes. 20 when school is out.
Isn’t that the point of Oppo?
I’m following E90M3's lead, and looking at the specialty used dealers around for interesting stuff. It reminded me of automotive trolling that I would like to do. If I had the money, I would buy this:
New commute is 9 miles and takes about 15 minutes. Once our new shop is finished, and construction finishes on my road it’ll be down to 6 miles and around 10 minutes.
Oh God, that BaT listing is HNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNG
Time for one of these
I need that.
This is slowly becoming Necessary Car Shopping with E90M3
5.8 miles, no highways, 2 traffic circles, 12 minutes according to google maps
2.3 miles each way. Two turns, six stop signs and two lights. I do fire up the car about 5 min before I clock out (I park about 5 feet from the time clock) so she’s nice and toasty warm at 0300.
About four miles from one suburb to the next one over. In my trusty pickemup truck
Chicken parm for everyone, you say?
I did 35k in the first 4 years I had the car, then 110k in the last 3. The first owner did 80k in 2 years then the second did 20k in 5. The car probably thinks it’s drivers are schizophrenic at this point.
Varried, is the nicest way I can put it. If I were to drive to where I work outside of rush hour it would take me right around 22 minutes to make the 14 mile drive. It’s about 1/3 surface streets and 2/3rds interstate.
Mines a little bit over 60 mins each way. 72kms total or 45 miles. It’s not so much the time that gets to me its the people and traffic. Not a chill drive AT ALL. :(
It’s not great for the car, unfortunately so I may ride my bike more often when winter buggers off, or acquire one of the motorized variety and ride that. I can’t really complain though, a negligible commute is nice to have.