>General Running>Running Miles v. Driving Miles
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Last year I drove my vehicle @ 10,000 and ran a little over 6,000
I could if they had a shower at work and I would not drive home at lunch to run
Retired 1/1/13 ... 12/1/16 return to Gallowalking ... Running is beautiful and forgiving, it will always take you back with no questions asked.
I work from home, so it isn't quite fair(I do have to transport children to school & supply shop, however).
Last year I drove 397 miles and ran 750+(my first year running).
This year, my goal running is 2013. I should still drive about the same as last year.
I figured I ran more than I drive since I rarely drive. The car is for visiting friends/family, getting to races, and weekend errands.
Driving 12/30/11-today: 2,390
Running 12/30/11-today: 3,527
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Until I replaced my 1995 neon last year, I was running roughly an equivalent milage (mainly for fear of my car breaking down in BFE). The golden rule when driving my shitty car: Never drive further than a long run home.
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I run about 1/10th of my annual driving mileage (1,200 running vs. 12,000 driving).
Can I count it when I'm not actually driving, but the engine is running?
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I ran half my last race on my left foot! "Frankly autocorrect, I'm getting a bit tired of your shirt"