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Gas Prices Hit Historic Milestone, Says AAA

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edited September 2014 in General

imageGas Prices Hit Historic Milestone, Says AAA

The national average price of gasoline will surpass $3 a gallon today for the 1,000 consecutive day for the first time on record, according to AAA.

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  • Nice milestone. I happen to live in an area that is always soildly above the national average.
    Not as bad as The Golden State, but plenty high for my liking.
    Advantage/Big Oil.
  • I believe fuel (premium) cost around 35 cents/gallon when I began to drive.
    The best way to reduce the price of gasoline (by at least 50 cents/gallon) is to have Congress repeal the way barrels of oil are priced. Enron (remember them) got Congress (thru Wall St) to switch from pricing barrels of oil based on supply and demand to pricing barrels of oil based on the futures market. The futures market is great for Wall Street, but bad for the consumer.
  • You Americans still pay low prices for gasoline. Build the Keystone XL pipeline and you'll get a secure oil supply, job creation and fuel prices that should be stable or perhaps decline.
    Or, you can carry on importing oil from countries that hate you, but like your money to fund terrorism and/or enslave their people.
  • When I was 16-25 I had a 1970 Chevelle SS and it get 10 MPG when I drove slow. Gas was about $1.25 a gallon in 2001. I could fill it up with $30 and the range was about 200 miles. That was such a fun time, but it would also breakdown for no reason and when I started working a "real" job I had to get another car. I did the unthinkable and bought a used 1995 Integra GS-R and it was a fantastic car that got 30 MPG and never broke down. I sold that Chevelle and never looked back. Now I have a 2006 TSX with a six-speed and it's great. I do miss me some Detroit Iron though and I will get back into it with a second car in the future.
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