Do you remember that last time you paid less than $2 a gallon for gas?
Do you remember that last time you paid less than $2 a gallon for gas? It's a hard thing to do since it has been too long ago. Now gas prices in some cities here in Eastern Carolina have hit that milestone. Yippie!
I drive about 90 miles a day for work so I'm like many here in the East who watch gasoline prices daily. Yesterday I filled up my car (which gets 34 mpg highway) for $31.00. I thought...what a bargain! That was at $2.06 a gallon, so it will likely fall to below $30 to fill up the next time.
Another price I watch these days is the price of crude oil. As I write this the price stands at $55 a barrel, and some experts say that could fall below $50...even to the $40 mark. That's all great news as I don't think anyone would argue that the price of gasoline was overpriced this summer. Now lets hope prices finally stabilize.
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