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$2.99/gal for 85 octane (mountains), $3.09 for 87, $3.19 for 91 (these would be +2 octane everywhere else).

 

I was real happy with my 100 mile trip. The info center reported 20mpg.

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Haven't had to buy premium since I put the Shelby away for the winter, but regular 87 was only $2.92 today. Very surprised - they typically raise them at the first whif of problems.

 

However, our great legislature passed the largest tax increase in MN history, so I don't expect it to last...

 

http://www.fergusfallsjournal.com/news/200...l-tax-increase/

Edited by Joe G

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Approx $3.30 for regular and $3.55 for 93.

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This may be kind of interesting:

 

I run Trick 101 Octang in my 1968 Charger. My last tank back in the Summer of 2007 was a little over $7 per gallon. Today I filled up for $6.25 per Gallon.

 

Today at Costco we filled the WRX with 92 Octang for $3.45. It has been going up like crazy lately.

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This may be kind of interesting:

 

I run Trick 101 Octang in my 1968 Charger. My last tank back in the Summer of 2007 was a little over $7 per gallon. Today I filled up for $6.25 per Gallon.

 

Today at Costco we filled the WRX with 92 Octang for $3.45. It has been going up like crazy lately.

 

 

 

When ever something hickups, the price goes up quick, but when it settles down, it takes 3-5 times longer for the price to come back down..................... Go figure........

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NO, only North Africans get to pump gas in NJ.**

But its the cheapest in the nation, so we try not to complain.

 

**The Men wearing turbins used to pump, now they own the stations (or at least manage them) and must have tapped a new ethnic group for pumping.

 

****There were no racial opinions included in this post, only descriptive observations******

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$4.64 for 87

$4.92 for 91

In Nova Scotia, Canada

Expect price to go even higher next week, we pump our own gas no full service in my area

 

Around $1.18 for 87, $1.25 for 91 here in Quebec City... that's per liter :hysterical: That amounts to approximately $4.47 for 87 and $4.73 for 91.

Edited by YZD263

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I just came from Edmonton Alberta & i paid $1.08 a litre & some stations were out of gas & they produce it go figure .

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93 octane $3.50 We do not have 100 around here, That would be cool if we did

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National Gas Prices Surge To New Record.......... :angry22:

Price Hits $3.28 Nationally.......... :banghead:

 

 

 

The average price of gasoline nationwide reached a record $3.28 a gallon Friday, according to a AAA gasoline price survey.

 

It's the second day that gas prices hit a record, rising a cent higher than Thursday's price. It also was the fourth all-time high in as many days.

 

Regular was an average price of $2.972 at this time last month and $2.549 a year ago. :lastyear:

 

States in the western part of the country had the highest prices, with California leading with an average of $3.62 a gallon. Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii all paid over $3.40 a gallon, CNN reported.

 

Maui, Hawaii, is No. 1 in gas prices, and the island is on the verge of becoming the first area in the nation to average $4 for a gallon of regular.

 

New Jersey still had the cheapest gasoline in the nation at $3.04 a gallon on average. Wyoming and Missouri residents also pay less than $3.10 a gallon.

 

When adjusted for inflation, gas prices are still below their peak, CNN reported. The record on that basis was $3.405 and set in March 1981, according to the Energy Information Administration.

 

The fuel price survey was conducted for AAA by Oil Price Information Service.

 

Oil prices retreated Friday from a record of $111 a barrel hit in the previous session as investors fled the declining dollar in search of a haven in commodities.

 

Analysts attributed the decline as part of the volatility that has characterized crude futures trading in recent weeks.

Edited by sexystang

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3.35 for regular yesterday here (not in the Shelby, of course).

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My Son is turning 16 years old this August he better start saving his money NOW for gas....... :spend::spend::spend: The Poor kid is saving for his first Car never mind the gas. :shift: It saddens me to think what this economy is going to look like for our children in the future..... :(

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Since I only use Regular Unleaded.........it is between $3.23,9 & 3.29,9 as of 6:45am today. By lunch time that may change.

David.

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Regular $2.99 - 3.05 for the cheap stuff as I drove by this A.M.

 

 

Yeah the article did say the State of New Jersey had the cheapest gas.....Wouldn't make sense for me to drive there now would it........ :doh::hysterical:

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