With Americans paying gas prices that are currently sitting lower that a Hot Wheels tricycle seat, is it any wonder the highways and byways of our great land are literally swarming with drivers? Americans have saved approximately $10 BILLION, (that's BILLION, as in 'many') dollars at the pump compared to just this time last year, and that shakes out to around $45 a person...
With the busy summer season approaching, refineries are shutting down for maintenance to prepare for the expanded workload and the result of shut downs is a spike in our price at the pump for gas. Not to worry though, says AAA spokesman Don Redman, prices are currently averaging $1.58, ...
Holiday motorist should have no trouble affording a fill up for their travels over the next few weeks. However, all good things must come to an end. We will tell you why you should be expecting an increase in gas prices in January.
Just about everyone is rejoicing with lower gas prices (except if you own a gas station). Prices have fallen considerably since the summer, when gas was around $3.39 to now $2.59 a gallon. I've even noticed a big change in the total at the pump when I go to fill up my truck and I appreciate it as does my bank account!
It seems like the prices on everything keep going up. And, despite the fact the economy hasn't recovered yet, 2012 looks to be no different.
The gang over at DealNews put together a list of 11 things that are expected to cost more in the coming year.
It seems everyone is complaining about the price at the pump. It's almost like, as temperatures go up, so do the gas prices.
Some people drive less. Others will consolidate all of their trips. Or how about trading in the SUV for a Prius?