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1. What do you currently spend per gallon for regular gasoline?
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Response
Count
I don't use gasoline; I use diesel.
11.8%27
$3.70 or less
9.2%21
$3.71 to $3.80
11.8%27
$3.81 to $3.90
17.5%40
$3.91 to $4.00
22.7%52
$4.01 to $4.10
12.7%29
$4.11 to $4.20
6.6%15
$4.21 to $4.30
5.2%12
$4.31 or higher
2.6%6
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2. On average, how many miles do you drive per day for construction-related work?
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Percent
Response
Count
Fewer than 10 miles
3.1%7
10 to 25 miles
21.1%48
26 to 50 miles
33.3%76
51 to 75 miles
18.9%43
76 to 100 miles
14.9%34
101 to 125 miles
4.4%10
126 to 150 miles
1.8%4
More than 150 miles
2.6%6
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3. How much do you spend per week on fuel for construction-related travel?
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Percent
Response
Count
$25 or less
2.6%6
$26 to $50
5.7%13
$51 to $75
12.8%29
$76 to $100
24.2%55
$101 to $125
14.5%33
$126 to $150
12.3%28
$151 to $175
10.1%23
$176 to $200
7.0%16
More than $200
10.6%24
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4. How important was fuel economy to you when you bought your current work vehicle?
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Percent
Response
Count
Not important
26.1%59
Somewhat important
46.5%105
Important
17.7%40
Very important
9.7%22
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5. How important will fuel economy be to you the next time you buy a work vehicle?
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Percent
Response
Count
Not important
3.1%7
Somewhat important
21.7%49
Important
30.5%69
Very important
44.7%101
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6. Which of the following are you doing to reduce the amount you spend on fuel? (It's okay to use more than one answer)
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Count
Turning down distant jobs that I would have taken in the past.
42.9%94
Increasing my rates to cover the higher cost of fuel.
70.8%155
Working fewer days per week but working longer days.
15.5%34
Traveling to work with someone else and splitting the gas.
5.5%12
Staying near work during the week and traveling home on weekends.
9.1%20
Leaving more tools on site and traveling to work in a smaller vehicle than I would normally drive.
16.0%35
Taking public transport to work on some days of the week.
0.9%2
Going to the lumberyard (or suppliers) less and having more materials delivered.
47.9%105
Planning to replace my current vehicle with one that uses less fuel.
18.7%41
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