By Mike Riggs/CEO &c.
Posted June 12, 2018 10:05:53In a lot of ways, gas prices are a big deal.
If you’re looking to save on gas, you can use it as a fuel credit in your next lease, and you can save up to 50% on your car purchase over a 3-year period.
But it’s not all good news.
Not by a long shot.
Gas prices are an incredibly volatile commodity, and there’s a good chance you’ll pay higher prices in the near term than you will in the long term.
For instance, a 2-month lease at a rate of $1.25 per gallon could easily cost you over $1,500 in the short term.
The same rate of gas at $1 a gallon would cost you $7,300 over 3 years.
So, if you have a 5-year lease with an option for $1/gallon, you’ll be paying around $10,000 over 3.5 years, or $5,000 more than if you’d bought the same car from a competitor at the same price.
So, if your budget is tight and you need to save money, here’s what you should look for in terms of the price of gas that will help you save money.
Gas at the pumpThe average price of a gallon of regular gas is about $1 per gallon in the US.
But this number is skewed because the government calculates the price at the pumps as an average price.
In reality, the average price is based on many different factors, including factors like supply and demand, which are not captured by the government.
A price that’s a bit higher than what the average person pays at the gas pump could be due to an uptick in demand.
But what’s also important to note is that gas at the retail pump has been trending downward for a while.
It’s been decreasing in the United States since 2012, and the reason for this is due to increased competition.
The amount of competition is a key factor for people buying gas, and in the past few years, consumers have been buying less gas to save more on their bills.
So the price may have been going up in the last year, but it could have been even higher in the beginning of 2017.
This year, gas at gas stations has fallen by about 2 cents per gallon, and that’s due to the price increases that have taken place across the board.
Gas at the grocery store has fallen even further, from $1 to $1 1 cents per bottle.
This is partly because of the increased competition from the big-box stores.
And also because the amount of gas purchased at gas pumps has been increasing for a number of years.
But the big changes are in the retail price.
Gas stations are the primary point of supply for most Americans, so they are the most cost-effective source of fuel.
But it’s also a huge amount of supply that consumers don’t necessarily use.
And with gas prices trending lower, the amount they can actually buy at gas station pumps has decreased.
So if you’re buying gas from the gas station, you’re getting a smaller amount of fuel at the moment, but you’re also getting a much higher price at a time when gas prices have fallen.
But the bigger concern here is that if you do decide to buy gas from a gas station that has a large discount, then the price will likely be higher.
And in this case, you may end up paying a lot more.
Here are a few examples of gas prices going down that could be detrimental to your savings.
The first one is on the West Coast, where the average gas price has fallen from $2.95 per gallon to $2 per gallon.
And this is a huge change.
There are many people in California who are considering getting out of California, and if they do, they should be looking at the cost of living in other states.
So while the average cost of gas in the U.S. is about a dollar per gallon lower than it was in 2012, this change could mean you’re paying $6,000 to $10.00 per gallon more at the point of purchase.
This could be a huge problem if you live in an area that’s going to see a big uptick in oil and gas production.
Another one that is going down in the West is in Alaska, where there is a discount on gas purchases at the Shell station.
But for Alaska residents, this discount could mean a lot.
Shell has a $3.25/gallons discount, meaning if you buy a 2.5 gallon tank of gas from Shell, you could get a discount of $2,500 over 3-years.
Shell is an average-priced gas station in Alaska.
But if you pay more, Shell is going to charge you a lot, and it will probably be even more. So