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Renting Guide: Commuting

Commuting in your new rental area
The rental area you choose and its distance to your job, shopping and entertainment will define your daily commuting. The first thing you'll need to do is to learn the routes from your rental to the places you want to go as relying on maps and directions can be cumbersome and even dangerous.

The Perfect Commute
The Perfect commute is usually a short one, although this may depend on the situation. While some commutes may be short in distance, they could be filled with highway traffic as opposed to a train ride that is longer in distance but shorter in time.

Commuting: Driving and Mass Transportation
In many cities around the world, you'll be able to choose between driving and mass transportation options like trains, subways, buses or ferries. When comparing fuel, toll, parking and other fees associated with vehicle ownership, mass transportation is almost always a significantly cheaper option. However, mass transportation can be restricting and may not offer the convenience of owning a vehicle.

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