When you drive alone to work or school every day, you foot the bill not only for gas, but for wear and tear on your car, and perhaps parking too. Why not share the ride—and the expenses? Ride MTD regularly and you might spend a fraction of what you used to. Even once a week will help!
According to the American Public Transportation Association, a typical drive-alone commute costs almost $3,300 per year, while Unlimited 30-Day Passports to ride MTD cost only $624 - an annual savings of more than $2,600!
To estimate YOUR savings*, please answer the 4 questions below. Please enter numeric values only - calculations will automatically be displayed.
* Estimates include gas, maintenance, tires, insurance, license, registration, taxes, depreciation, and finance charges. Estimates are based on the "Automobile Club of Southern California's Your Driving Costs 2013" using an average annual total mileage of 15,000 and adjusted for the current (10-4-2016) average California gas price of $2.79 per gallon.