Metra trains run from Chicago to Milwaukee and other cities in the Midwest.
If you live in one of the affected areas, you may be able to save up to $1,000 by using the train’s automatic fuel savings feature.
But that will not be the case if you are paying for the trip.
That’s because the service is also required to collect a fee from you to cover the cost of running the trains.
The train company says the fee is required to pay for the upkeep of the trains and maintain them in service.
You can view the full statement on the company’s website.
“This fee is not collected for all Metra routes, and the fee for the cost incurred to operate the Metra service varies based on the route,” the company said.
“Metra does not collect any fee from riders to pay the cost associated with operating the Metras fleet.”
The company said that if you want to save money on gas, the most you can do is look for trains that offer free fuel on the app.
You should also check out the website of your local Metra station for information on how to avoid paying the fees.
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