Live Green and Earn Points


  • Rebecca B. 27 days ago
    I take tarps and a
  • Kelley K. 1 month ago
    We have bike share programs here I. Seattle & you swipe your card & ride to destination & you drop it off at destination & leave it where your destination was. It’s a nice program keeps me healthy in warmer months, keeps me bus free here in Seattle, & its fun when I do randomly drive with someone we play The Who can spot more random bikes first with our trip thru Seattle, we yell BIKE, about every 5-6 seconds and it usually end in my loss but I. An hrs drive we usually see if there is two of us about 40-50 stray bikes so it tells me people are using the program!
  • Chris G. 1 month ago
    If you live in a big city (or Europe) you can get away with car free but you will still need one to travel. Being an armybrat I never stay home so I go on short trips every month or so to visit family and military friends all over the states. Can't take an electric car on a 12 hour drive. It would take a whole day and you would have to pay for a hotel which I can't afford. LOL I do the 12 hour in one day stay with family and friends and head back home in 3-4 days.
  • Patricia G. 1 month ago
    I grew up taking buses, trains, subway, street car to work every day and it only took 40 minutes. My body can't do that anymore. LOL
    • joanna j. 1 hour ago
      Public transportation isn't safe, reliable or clean in my city, so that's a hard pass for me...its either walking or my car
  • tommy b. 1 month ago
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