Q: If the price of gasoline passes $4 a gallon, will it force you to change your travel plans this spring or summer?

Bill Clarke

Bill Clarke

“Driving over 30 miles for golf, yes. Trips to the beach and mountains, no.” -Bill Clarke

David Kempton

David Kempton

“No. That’s why I live inside the Perimeter. Living inside the Perimeter has its advantages.” -David Kempton

Mary Click

Mary Click

“Not really. My dad pays for my gas.” -Mary Click

Jeff Jones

Jeff Jones

“No. I still have to drive, unfortunately. It’s one of those necessary evils.” -Jeff Jones

Amanda Reno

Amanda Reno

“I’ve already booked a trip to Charleston and a trip to Gulf Shores before I found out there was going to be a gas crisis. So it’s not going to change the way I travel.” -Amanda Reno

Daniel Pugh

Daniel Pugh

“I moved closer to work because I do not want to drive more than 15 miles. Gas is ridiculous.” -Daniel Pugh

Christy Lewis

Christy Lewis

“It will affect the way I travel. I will travel less, take MARTA.” -Christy Lewis

Tony Cardinal

Tony Cardinal

“No, it’s not.” -Tony Cardinal

Jeff Wiener

Jeff Wiener

“No. I’m prepared.” -Jeff Wiener

Gloria Frisch

Gloria Frisch

“No. I have a Prius.” -Gloria Frisch

Debbie Kalwerisky

Debbie Kalwerisky

“I’m not planning any road trips. It would not affect my plans.” -Debbie Kalwerisky

Brittany Charron

Brittany Charron

“Probably not. This is our one big chance to see family and see part of the United States and we’re not driving that far anyway.” -Brittany Charron

 

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