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11 Signs You've Adapted To Big City Life

There's never a dull moment. Let the Chevy Trax inspire you to get where you're going!

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1. The restaurant below your apartment knows your order by heart and starts prepping it as soon as you walk in, and that makes you happy.

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You even exchange Christmas cards with the owners.

2. You don't hear sirens or trucks or construction anymore.

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It’s all just white noise now.

3. You consider a 20-block walk short.

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It’s not like it's a 10K or anything.

4. You’re completely in love with your home, even though it's basically the size of a closet...

5. ...and you never thought twice about living in a five-story walk-up.

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Except for maybe when you have to carry groceries.

6. When people stop you for directions, you can help them without even looking at a map.

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"Just make a left at the next corner and your destination will be on the north side of the street."

7. Your fashion choices are inspired by the sights of your city...

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Your shoe choice may or may not be inspired by what's on your agenda.

8. ...and you have a long list of comebacks stored in your back pocket for when you get catcalled.

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"No, thank you."

9. Your favorite time of day is 1 a.m.

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Because that's when everything really wakes up.

10. You still get really, really excited when you wind up on a block you’ve never been on before.

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Which reignites your love for the city.

11. And you truly believe you don't need a passport, because you can experience all sorts of culture locally.

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There's so much to explore!

Whether you're picking up a new painting from the gallery downtown or checking out that secret park you read about online, let your Chevy Trax take you there in style.

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