|04-24-2014 10:36 AM|
|br0cus||Man, I wish my GPA was as high as these gas prices|
|04-22-2014 07:18 PM|
|pintoman||Gas in Chico, CA ......87 octane is now $4.05 gallon.....why the increase.....don't know! I know that next year gas will go up .16 a gallon more due to the CO2 tax for refineries....but now!|
|04-22-2014 06:55 PM|
But I do know that where I am E-85 is the lowest in the state, it seems. I go anywhere more than 50 miles from here and I pay more, maybe $0.20-$0.40/gallon more.
|04-22-2014 06:49 PM|
|cdbertrand||$3.79 for regular here. I wish it would go back down. But atleast summer gas is back.|
|04-22-2014 06:48 PM|
Here in MI the e85 / 87 price difference is typically $0.50 or less (usually $0.25-0.30 cheaper then 87) which doesn't even make sense to throw it in the tank.
|04-22-2014 06:45 PM|
I have for 5 years, and will continue to.
If you don't want to, up to you.
I don't push my choice of fuel on others or expect anyone to change. And I expect others to respect my choice of fuel as I do theirs.
|04-22-2014 03:22 PM|
|204ZX3||Don't support ethanol!|
|04-22-2014 02:12 PM|
$2.49/gallon on Easter here.
26.45MPG highway back and forth to family on E-85. Or about $0.09/mile.
Gasoline I'd get about 31MPG, @$3.48 that would be $0.11/mile.
So in 300 miles I save about $6.
In a year @15,000 miles, about $30.
Not significant in any way. But I'm not really loosing money on switching either. The longer I figure the more it becomes a null equation.
|04-22-2014 11:45 AM|
|04-22-2014 05:45 AM|
Haha well in Manitoba high paying jobs like in Alberta aren't as easy to find.
Still have my truck, and will drive it in winter when the roads are bad.
Other than that its now a work/play truck.
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