Ever thought about what it costs you to drive to work? Not just the fuel costs, which seem to bounce around like a Superball, but what about the insurance, depreciation, taxes, etc.? Fill out this short form to learn the total financial cost to driving your car to work.

How many days per week do you drive alone to work?    
What is your round-trip commute (in miles per day)?    
How many miles per gallon does your vehicle average?    
How much do you pay per gallon of gasoline? $
How much do you pay for monthly parking? $  
What is your cost per mile for maintenance, insurance, license, registration, depreciation, finance charges and taxes? $   Average is .42 cents 
Results:
You drive an average of   work-related miles per week.
You drive an average of   work-related miles per year
This is the equivalent of driving   times across the continental US each year
You consume about   gallons of gasoline per year for your work commute
You spend about   in gasoline, parking, insurance, maintenance, license registration, depreciation, finance charges and taxes per year

Your work-related driving emits approximately
  pounds of greenhouse gases (CO2) into the atmosphere each year.
It would take the 40-year lifetime of   trees or  fully matured trees per year, to absorb your yearly emissions

* Estimates calculated using information provided by Terrapass and Tufts University