The Internet ...
sites to fight high gas prices aims to return “power to the people at the pump” by helping them find the best rates for any fuel type. The site tracks prices with a live feed and works with 163,000 volunteer drivers to maintain a database of more than 128,000 stations nationwide. not only helps you locate gas stations in your area with the most reasonable rates but also provides gas-price maps, tracks the lowest average prices by city and state, and charts changes in price from yesterday to a year ago. lets you search for the lowest prices for gasoline, diesel, and alternative fuels. It also features a gas calculator to help you estimate how much a road trip will cost. organizes its tips by zip code. Tell the site where you are, and it will provide a customized fuel savings guide.

Source: Real Simple Travel



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