To save money
When my car broke down, I knew Tri-Valley Transit would be the key to getting me from my home in Bradford to my job in Hanover. Once I began riding the bus I almost instantly felt the savings on my budget. I used the money that I saved by riding the bus to buy a new car. In addition to helping me save for a car, riding the bus gives me leisure time that I cherish. Rather than worrying about the driving weather, fighting traffic, or searching for parking I now spend my commute time reading for pleasure.
I am driven to save money and I am driven by TVT.
When taking into account all the costs of driving, including fuel, oil, depreciation, routine maintenance and repair, insurance, licensing, registration, and taxes, it costs an average of $34.50 per day for a 60 mile round trip commute. Even after paying fares, riding the bus to work every day Mike saves more than $7,000 a year.
~ Mike Delaney, TVT Orange/N. Windsor Region Rider