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    99% walk as DH has the car and I do not drive much.

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    Definitely walk because 5 mins up the road from me i can guarantee there would be no parking space.

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    Depends. We live in a really hilly area. Especially being heavily pregnant with 2 kids I've been known to drive next door. It would take 10 mins to walk tho. When not pregnant I'm far more likely to walk but for the past while I just CBF.

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    Walk. Neither DH nor I have our license, so don't drive (except each other up the wall).

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    I used to always opt for drive but now it seems to take longer to get dd in her car seat than it would to walk, so walk it is!

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    I'd like to walk, but here there's nowhere you could get to in 5 min. Even our neighbours are a good 10-15 min walk away!

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    Generally I'd walk.

    ETA: I drive to get into work (45 minute drive), and park a 5 minute drive from work, and then walk from the car park to work. It only takes 15 minutes and I am loving the weather at the moment and the views I get on my way in.
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    Drive. Walking is for my treadmill

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    Depends on a lot of factors. Generally we drive places. The closest shops (supermarket etc.) to our house are a 20 minute walk. We occasionally walk, if I know we have time to get there & back, won't need anything frozen, have sunscreen, kids aren't due for a sleep/meal etc. etc., but otherwise drive.
    The only places we walk to on a regular basis are the cafe, takeaway shop and post box on our street. They'd be between a 1 and 10 minute walk.

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    Busy shopping centre I'd walk, to mums? Drive because I'll be there a while


 

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