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Difference in Gasoline Prices

June 13th, 2007 at 05:20 am

It amazes me how there can be such a drastic difference in gasoline prices in the area that I travel frequently. In the town where I live gas is $3.15 a gallon. Here in the town where I work, which is only 18 miles away, it is only $2.95! That's quite a savings!

I've been keeping track of the mileage I get from both gas stations because I've heard that the one in my hometown gives you much better gas mileage. I haven't seen it yet. Both have been about the same, only a couple of a tenths of a mile difference. And that difference could easily be explained by the use of the air conditioner more frequently during that time.

What are the prices in your area?

1 Responses to “Difference in Gasoline Prices”

  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    The local station was at $3.10 today when I drove by it on my way into town. Usually Costco is about 10 cents cheaper than that or more, but I was nowhere near there too check. But this is a five cent drop from two days ago for that station, and before that there was a ten cent drop, so I'm hoping it keeps going down.

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