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The taxis argument has never really worked for me - but then, that's because I live out in the rural sticks where a taxi ride to the nearest big town costs £25 return and even the local high street would leave you £15 poorer. Do that three times a week, and the maths of running a car start to look more attractive. <i/>

I suppose it does depend on where you live, and your travel patterns.

I am looking at £5.00 to the high street, but that would be offset by the savings in car parking and car running. And even more so by the ability to take advantage of the pubs. But 3 times a week into town? whatever for?

The nearest big town would be nearer to £20 each way, but then I only go there twice a year on average.

Slarti
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