I have driven as long as an hour one way to reach my job. For some people that may be too long. It depends on one's physical health and other obligations one may have. I use time as a measure because how long it takes to drive 10 miles depends on the traffic you must deal with on a regular basis, plus the terrain and the weather. I was driving on Texas Interstate 35E. On a slow traffic day, I could do the same drive maintaining the speed limit in 25 minutes. In rush hour it took 50 or more minutes. It was impossible to maintain the speed limit, and there was always at least one accident tying things up
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