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  Darth Skuldren
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It's $3.79 now. I'm scared to think what it might get to during the summers. Gas prices tend to skyrocket in the summertime.
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$3.95 a gallon on average locally Evil or Very Mad

I hate the oil companies


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Well it is official $4.07 here at the cheapest.
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3.95 is cheapest. not good for my wife's suv.


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GRRRRR!!!!!!!!




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$3.73's the cheapest I've seen recently. *sobs*

What are we, rich? America can't function without personal vehicles. It's too spread out. Sad
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
$3.73's the cheapest I've seen recently. *sobs*

What are we, rich? America can't function without personal vehicles. It's too spread out. Sad


Well the price would be tolerable if we still had trains. In New York there used to be lots of train hubs connecting the major cities and towns together (or so I am told by the people who were alive back then). Sadly they fell out of use and closed so now we need cars to go anywhere.

That being said gas prices dropped to $4.03 today. Sad that prices are so bad that a 5 cent drop merits celebration.
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$4.25 is the cheapest I've seen in my city. Good thing I don't drive.


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Payed $4.09 yesterday. Ugh
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$3.89 is the cheapest you can get here
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It's 3.89 in Missouri too.
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Don't know if it would help or if you guys already do this but I've found my tires loose a little bit of pressure every week. So I do my best to top them off at some point in the week and I've found that really helps improve mileage, especially if you do a lot of highway driving (which I do).
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Mine is roughly $1.32!!!!

But that's in dollars per Litre.

And since 1 gallon is 3.7854 litres, the price of gas in Eastern Ontario is:

$4.997 per gallon. And the Canadian dollar is roughly par with the US dollar.


Oh, and I was in Geneva about a month ago, and the price there was 1.64 CHF per litre (the Swiss Franc is also roughly par with USD). So that's 6.208 per gallon.
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well it would appear we're catching up with those prices. Cheapest I've seen is $3,99 but I've also seen it spike as high as $4.15. I'm kind of concerned how tourist season will be affected here in New York since my area really depends on people driving up to camp and hike.
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Cheapest I've seen here is $3.59, and I haven't seen anything above $4.00. I actually never have. This area never wanted to tip over $3.99 back when they were up so high last time. But it's creeping. Meh.
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