If you’ve filled up lately, you know gas prices are coming down. The local average is now $3.60 a gallon, down more than 20 cents in the past month. The national average has dropped to $3.54, but we’re still paying nearly a dollar more a gallon than we were last year at this time. Those prices may be dropping, but how would you like to pay absolutely nothing for gas?
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With the steep prices for gasoline, drivers are always looking for ways to save a few pennies at the pump. However, some of the ways you think might be saving money may just be myths.
You have likely seen lower prices around the area as the wholesale cost of gasoline has dropped significantly in the past week. Despite the lower prices, they are still far from affordable and many people say they have had to make changes in their personal lives because of pain at the pump.
It’s not a new concept, but carpooling is becoming more popular and now it’s going high tech.
Gas prices have jumped 33 cents in the past month, but oil prices are going down. That means relief for drivers is coming – just not immediately.
Gas prices continue to climb as the national average closes in on $4 a gallon. It’s hard to watch. As the price the rolls up, you notice just how much – or how little – gas you’re getting.
Higher gas prices are hurting consumers in a lot of ways, but there’s also been an impact on the price of groceries. Inflation is back and it couldn’t come at a worse time.
Americans continue to feel the pain at the pump and there is undeniable degree of hopelessness with what the future may hold.
Americans are feeling historic pain at the pump, and everyone has their theories as to why this is taking place. The truth is there is a number of contributing factors.
Gas prices continue to climb upward, but there’s an even bigger issue growing in Pittsburgh – a potential gas shortage.
KDKA AM’s Mike Pintek spoke with Rayola Dougher, the American Petroleum Institute’s Senior Policy Advisor.
With gas prices pushing $4 a gallon, a lot of people are trying to stretch their dollar at the gas pump, but some of them are trying to stretch it a little too far.
From a few less trips to grinning and bearing it, drivers all over are looking for ways to save at the pump. But through a mix of old school and high-tech, some people are staying ahead of the curve.
It’s hard not to feel the pain at the pump – especially since most gas stations have raised the price by at dime in just a week.