Higher Gas Prices Across the US: Tricks to Save Money

gas prices near $4.00 a gallon

Gas prices continue to increase, gaining an average of three cents nationwide to $3.70 a gallon over the last week according to AAA‘s Fuel Gauge Report. This is an increase of $0.16 compared to last month, and is $0.19 more than it was at the same time last year. While the $3.70 a gallon average is high, it’s much worse in some areas of the country. Those living in California are now dealing with an average gas price of $4.25 a gallon, although they are the only state in the lower 48 which is currently paying more than $4.00 a gallon. The highest price anywhere is in Hawaii where the average price is $4.36 a gallon. Those living in Montana currently have the lowest average gas p

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2 Responses to Higher Gas Prices Across the US: Tricks to Save Money

  1. Kiki says:

    How about the ideas of using mass transit, car pooling walking more or using a bike to get around, grouping errands together or planning a route to use the least gas, filling up early in the morning before the gas has time to warm, try to have no drive days like people have no spend days.

    Most errands are within a 2 miles radius of most homes in the U.S. I remember seeing that statistic lately and just today I bought a new bike to replace the one that was stolen a couple of years ago.

  2. Will says:

    You can also get up to 5% cash back by using a decent gas credit card.

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