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aircooledberndoggie Fri Apr 21, 2006 5:52 am

Curious what gas prices are where you are.......especially outside of U.S.
Makes me really happy to have this BUG! I live on the central coast of California and prices average $3.08..........Peace :bug_blue:

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No political discussion please!

Dusty1 Fri Apr 21, 2006 6:06 am

I'll save ya some trouble... the least expensive gas prices are usually in Oklahoma City, the further you get from O.C. the more you pay. I couldn't tell ya what exactly they are right this moment but O.C. is generally the least expensive.

You knew there HAD to be some reason to live there! :lol:

In Canada it where they sell it by the liter it works out to something like $4.50 U.S. per gallon, Canadians feel free to chime in with up-to-the-minute price updates. Betcha feel better about $3.08 now, eh?

15 windowdelux Fri Apr 21, 2006 6:31 am

In Hastings Nebraska the prices jumped yesterday to 2.89 to ha high of 2.98 at one station.

coW Fri Apr 21, 2006 6:34 am

In SW CT it seems to be around $2.85 at the moment. Eastern CT seems to be about 5 cents cheaper. (that was three days ago - still have a 1/2 tank left so haven't filled up lately).
Two weeks ago it was around $2.70 but while visiting a bug event in NJ found it there at $2.42

There's no rhyme or reason to these prices. I've given up trying to figure out what the pattern is.


Correction: went out during lunch and it is around $3 now.

Gary Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:00 am

Dusty1 wrote: I'll save ya some trouble... the least expensive gas prices are usually in Oklahoma City, the further you get from O.C. the more you pay. I couldn't tell ya what exactly they are right this moment but O.C. is generally the least expensive.

You knew there HAD to be some reason to live there! :lol:

In Canada it where they sell it by the liter it works out to something like $4.50 U.S. per gallon, Canadians feel free to chime in with up-to-the-minute price updates. Betcha feel better about $3.08 now, eh?

Oh really? Then why is gas always cheaper up in Missouri? (*hint* I live in the OKC metro area).

Enkiel Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:31 am

1.22$/L in Quebec City... CDN $ of course

Steve22 Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:40 am

right now in Ohio they're $2.79, no wait they're $2.85, no now they're $2.89....

Thornton Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:47 am

2.79 and you have someone else pump your gas for you

its illegal to pump your own gas in oregon :wink:

thebucket Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:51 am

2.95 if you pump it yourself........

vwbusbusvw Fri Apr 21, 2006 7:57 am

San Diego... the highest one I saw yesterday was $3.95 for premium...

Dusty1 Fri Apr 21, 2006 8:17 am

It's also illegal to pump your own in New Jersey. Gas is cheap in Jersey especially along the top of I-95 'cuz the refineries are right there. Probably the same deal in Missouri.

Mid grade is cheaper than regular in Iowa because there's a big shot of alcohol in it, the state give 'em a tax break on it. It was last time I was through there, anyway.

bvolks Fri Apr 21, 2006 8:54 am

$1.15/ litre here in New Brunswick, Canada. Makes me glad I'm driving a Diesel Jetta (even though Diesel is up to $1.09/ litre).

notchback Fri Apr 21, 2006 9:30 am

bvolks wrote: $1.15/ litre here in New Brunswick, Canada. Makes me glad I'm driving a Diesel Jetta (even though Diesel is up to $1.09/ litre). Let's try to convert this.
$1.15CAN = $1.01US
1US Gallon = 3.7843 liters
therefore:
approximately $3.82 per gallon.


I just filled up my truck yesterday here in Caldwell, ID and it was $2.479/gallon.

BTW, you can get gas prices across the US and Canada at
http://www.gasbuddy.com/

90volts Fri Apr 21, 2006 9:56 am

philly area. 2.89/gal

53 0val Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:02 am

$3.95 here in Irvine yesterday for premium. $4.25 by Classic????????????

67stang302 Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:05 am

Thornton wrote: 2.79 and you have someone else pump your gas for you

its illegal to pump your own gas in oregon :wink:

Where are you at?

Southern Oregon it was 2.95 yesterday when I filled up my sqaure.
I heard on the news that gas is expected to go up another .20 cents a gallon by the end of may.

Thornton Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:17 am

67stang302 wrote: Thornton wrote: 2.79 and you have someone else pump your gas for you

its illegal to pump your own gas in oregon :wink:

Where are you at?

Southern Oregon it was 2.95 yesterday when I filled up my sqaure.
I heard on the news that gas is expected to go up another .20 cents a gallon by the end of may.

I am in albany oregon

70 miles south of Portland 38 miles north of eugene

67stang302 Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:25 am

The fuel prices seem to get lower the closer to portland or at least that is what I have noticed when I travel

notchback Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:29 am

67stang302 wrote: The fuel prices seem to get lower the closer to portland or at least that is what I have noticed when I travel There is a little natural law out there called Supply and Demand. Maybe you should look it up. :roll:

Kanzapanzer Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:31 am

Icy wrote: Dusty1 wrote: I'll save ya some trouble... the least expensive gas prices are usually in Oklahoma City, the further you get from O.C. the more you pay. I couldn't tell ya what exactly they are right this moment but O.C. is generally the least expensive.

You knew there HAD to be some reason to live there! :lol:

In Canada it where they sell it by the liter it works out to something like $4.50 U.S. per gallon, Canadians feel free to chime in with up-to-the-minute price updates. Betcha feel better about $3.08 now, eh?

Oh really? Then why is gas always cheaper up in Missouri? (*hint* I live in the OKC metro area).

Cause they don't have a huge road tax on gas like we do here in Kansas. Missourri roads pretty much suck wherever you go.



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