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Awesome. Thanks for that.
No prob. Figured I'd get it out there to a bunch of ppl I knew would appreciate it.
It's easier than going through and PM'ing everyone on my Friends list or emailing everyone and their brother.
Thats the best idea I've ever seen.
What's the highest you've seen?
South Central Los Angeles area at around $3.40 avg. High for an above average poverty area.
My last residence in LA is about $3.35 avg. South east area.
Where I go to school in MA is a little less than 3, maybe the low 2.90's. Quite a difference from CA.
I'm getting a bike (bicycle, not a Ninja super bike) this summer when I go back home.
The prices are about 7 cents off around here, but it does accurately reflect which stations are the cheapest.
$2.48 right now.
$2.78 in Colorado where I reside. That's for Regular unleaded.
That is the low end of the prices..
Glad I'll be in Ensenada over the summer... over a buck cheaper there.
I don't mean to rub it in, but...my new job came with a company van that I can use for personal use (technically not supposed to but my boss lets me), and I also have a company gas card.
The only automobile gas we pay for is my wife's 4 trips to college and back each week, which is about 2 miles per trip, and she drives a little Nissan Sentra.
Sorry, but if it makes anyone feel better, my company pays over $120 per week in gas, just for my (well, their) van.
Fucker. I bet you fill up with premium while you're at it, too.
$3.31 is cheapest in my area
lol, no, I still have to turn in all of my reciepts. They wouldn't like it if I used premium.
I have to put in the milage from the odometer every time I fill up too, but they don't know if my miles were city or hiway, with all my equipment or not, so I can get away with "spilling" a little into my wife's car when I fill up.
I hope hell is at least 5 degrees hotter for you when you get there.
And fuck, I'm moving to Southern Los Angeles next week. Right into the heart of the beast.
I assume that you guys are talking about gallons. If that is the case, I did some rough conversions and the petrol in Australia costs the equivalent of US$6.65 per gallon.
Thats gotta be sacreligious. Thats insane.