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Answer to high gas prices? Smarter drivers

Never have I agreed more with Susan Reimer than I did with her column on gas prices ("Driving force behind high gas prices: me," April 2).

Has anyone ever seen more than 10 percent of cars with more than one person within and each one with an unnecessary errand?

There still remains primarily one 150-pound person per 3,000-pound automobile, and they all have trouble entering the highway. They all, like I, will start a car and drive two miles just to pick up a tube of toothpaste, so why get upset? Not worth it? Don't buy it.

George B. Wroe, Glyndon

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