# Comparison of repeated measure

I have driving-related data from 100 people for 3 months. I want to see if the driving miles from weekdays are different than weekends. As the sample is not independent I cannot use normal Chi-sq. Can I use repeated measure ANOVA to test the difference of VMT between weekday and weekend? What are the other statistics to do it?

It sounds like what you want is a paired t-test. You have two samples $$S_1$$ of weekday driving total hours over 3 months and $$S_2$$ of weekend driving total hour over 3 months. Each of these can be "paired up." Driver $$i$$ has a value for both weekday and weekend.
The formula for a paired t-test is $$t_{calc}= \frac{ \sum x_{1i}-x_{2i}}{\sqrt {\frac{n(\sum d_i^2)-(\sum d_i)^2}{n-1}}}$$
here $$x_{1i}$$ is the weekday value of individual $$i$$ and $$x_{2i}$$ is the weekend value of individual $$i$$. $$d_i$$ is the difference between those two values.