INQUIRING REPORTER: Are high gas prices encouraging you to drive less?

This week, the average price of gas across Metro Vancouver reached $1.73 per litre, with some stations charging as high as $1.79 per litre.

According to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, Vancouverites pay the highest price at the pumps in the country. As the cost of gas continues to break all-time price records, many drivers have been left fuming, perhaps opting to take public transit instead, if possible.

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With that in mind, we asked: Are high gas prices making you more reluctant to get behind the wheel?

 

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