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Updated Automatically on June 26th, 2009
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Sometimes you’ll save money by driving a little out of your way to buy gas.

Gas prices at the stations on my daily drive dropped over the past few weeks, but then bounced up a few cents. When I noticed that the national average gas prices were still dropping I started wondering if gas prices were starting to equalize in my area. Our prices have been below the national average for awhile. It turns out that’s not what’s happening!

On a trip to visit family about 20 miles away I watched the gas prices. They were lower than the prices on my heavily-traveled commuting route. In fact, they were up to 20 cents per gallon cheaper!

As obvious as it is to shop around for the lowest gas prices, sometimes it’s worth it to drive a small distance out of your way to save money on fuel. Refer to the Finding Cheapest Gas Prices article to see how to find the cheapest gas in your area without having to waste gas driving around.

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Updated Automatically on June 26th, 2009
better gas mileage

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