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'''Auto Free Times''' is the newsprint newsletter all about ending the devastation from cars in their city, San Francisco, and world wide. It is the trademark of the Sustainable Energy Institute. Issues include hard news stories on the downside of urban sprawl with its traffic, smog, land paving, bike and pedestrian hating, environmentally damaging ways. AFT covers what seems like every aspect of city traffic of any kind plus stories from activists for change, and some first rate cartoons to lighten up the message. Note their bicycle bumper sticker slogan that says, "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive".
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'''Auto Free Times''' is the newsprint newsletter all about ending the devastation from cars in their city, San Francisco, and world wide. It is the trademark of the Sustainable Energy Institute. Issues include hard news stories on the downside of urban sprawl with its traffic, smog, land paving, bike and pedestrian hating, environmentally damaging ways. AFT covers what seems like every aspect of city traffic of any kind plus stories from [[activist]]s for change, and some first rate cartoons to lighten up the message. Note their bicycle bumper sticker slogan that says, "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive"
 
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Auto Free Times is the newsprint newsletter all about ending the devastation from cars in their city, San Francisco, and world wide. It is the trademark of the Sustainable Energy Institute. Issues include hard news stories on the downside of urban sprawl with its traffic, smog, land paving, bike and pedestrian hating, environmentally damaging ways. AFT covers what seems like every aspect of city traffic of any kind plus stories from activists for change, and some first rate cartoons to lighten up the message. Note their bicycle bumper sticker slogan that says, "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive"