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What You Spent on Gas in 2009

Filling up the tank, unfortunately, helped to empty our wallets this year. Even while we saw comparatively lower prices through the year, 28 percent of you dropped $1,000 to $2,000 at the pump. Not exactly chump change, but still better than the 22 percent who surpassed the $2,000 mark, spending up to $3,000 for the year.

Tied for third at 13 percent, respectively, we've got the thrifty commuters who managed to keep their gas costs down between $500 to $1,000 and those who spent zero at the station — no car to drive, no tank to fill. So, what's the verdict, are you still planning to drive in 2010 or finding alternative transport?

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