Driving Distance Calculator?

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You can easily calculate driving distances online using a tool such as MapQuest. This is done by entering the address of the starting point, and address of the destination. If you own a portable GPS, you can enter the destination address and it will calculate the driving distance from your current location. If you lack either of these technologies, it is possible to roughly calculate driving distance by using the scale on a road map.
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