According to a AAA report, gas prices set new highs every single day this week. The record prices have caused a domino effect in many areas of everyday life across Eastern Carolina, so we hit the street's to find out what you were doing to save money on gas. Many we talked to said, carpooling was always a plus, but that most were just trying to drive as little as possible. Many tried to do all their shopping and errands on one day, and tried to spend more time at home and off the roads. According to recent market reports the price of oil has actually dropped from a record high of 67 dollars a barrel, but that drop hasn't affected the price at the pumps just yet.
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