Gas is pretty astoundingly cheap right now, but, for a brief, glorious moment over this weekend, gas was absurdly cheap. Like, 1973 pre-oil embargo cheap. Thanks for this little gassy miracle go to the most noble kind of war, the price war.
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Gas prices in the U.S. are now at their lowest levels in four years. That's the best news ever if you're a gearhead, isn't it?
As of this writing, the current U.S. average gas price for regular unleaded fuel is $3.59 a gallon. But one city in Kentucky brought the price down to $3.36 by selling gas to the public themselves, undercutting the privately-owned filling stations. Hooray, socialism!
Remember when filling up your gas tank was cheap enough that it didn't have to involve a rubber hose, a breath mint and running from the cops? Those were the days! But one New York gas station rolled back the prices on gas for one day only — just not for the reasons you might think.
The fact that gas prices in California are only rivaled by Alaska and Hawaii is nothing new. What is new, however, is that it no longer has the highest prices among the 48 contiguous states. That title now belongs to New York.
Are you the kind of person who only purchases gasoline and neither pays for nor consumes any other goods? If so, we have excellent news for you today: gas prices in 2013 are expected to decline, even though the cost of just about everything else is going up.
The national average gas price is $3.805-per-gallon according to GasBuddy, which isn't catastrophic but is a huge pain in the ass. We paid more last week to put regular into a car in New York. Since gas prices are regional and gas tanks vary in size, we're curious what you paid this week.
If you've been meaning to fill up your gas tank, now might be the time to do it. There are quite a few oil platforms in Tropical Storm Isaac's path.
High gas prices suck, right? Wrong. There's actually a silver lining that only the in-market car consumer boys at Edmunds Inside Line are able to see. They put together a list of five good things about the increasingly higher cost of gas that we've refined and edited below.
Gas prices have again spiked, but as much as the numbers go up, it's unusual to actually see the numbers go up. But an ABC News crew in Los Angeles managed to catch a price change in progress during a national TV broadcast — and it's just as two Corvettes roll up to the pump.
If your travel plans for Thanksgiving involve sitting behind the wheel for a few hours until you get to your destination, there are still a few things you should do before you leave to make sure that you get to your destination quickly and safely.You can reach Alan Henry, the author of this post, at , or…
Just as we've said previously, gas prices may have been higher this spring than they were in 2008, but as we can already see, thanks to this great chart from Kelley Blue Book, prices retreating earlier in the summer than they did three years ago. Here's why it's happening and why the rest of the summer those prices…
The price of gas is fast approaching the $4 a gallon level nationwide. Already in the state of Illinois, average gas prices even went beyond that psychological level — hitting $4.03 for a gallon of go-juice.
The average price of gasoline dropped for the third consecutive day to $3.564, according to AAA. Looks like you can put that fuel economy window sticker back on your V10 Excursion.