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Marketplace Report: Motorists Scale Back

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Marketplace Report: Motorists Scale Back

Marketplace Report: Motorists Scale Back

Marketplace Report: Motorists Scale Back

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The Federal Highway Administration says U.S. motorists scaled back the number of miles driven this past March by more than four percent since last year. That comes out to 11 billion fewer miles. Madeleine Brand speaks with Marketplace's Amy Scott about how the high price of gas may be changing driving habits.

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