Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by SolPWR, Sep 3, 2003.
Just wondering what other places are paying
Attleboro, MA $1.79(89) $1.89(91)
Las Cruces, NM
$1.72 91 Octane, I can't run lower so I don't pay attention to its cost.
87 octane is $2.12 by my house.
fukin V8...it's costs me about $31 to fill up the tank and it only lasts me like 5 days.
Oh yeah, almost forgot...i'm in SoCal...
1.15-1.22 euro per liter, but on post it is about 50 cents per liter.
Does anyone understand that?????
Does not compute. Please convert.
$1.76 (89) $1.86 (91) $1.99 (93) and on the rise ! Thank God I drive a 4 banger!! Those muscle head v8 dudes must be spending almost all of their money on gas!!
P.S. I live in Rochester New York!
73.9 and 85.9 (89/91)
i'm used to paying about $15-16 to fill up the tank on my civic but since the civic is out of commission right now i'm driving the Mustang and it cost me $31 when i filled up the tank on Tuesday.
i really need to get that civic running again cuz it's gonna save me a bunch of money on gas.
gas prices are always on the move around here I believe its gone down a bit to 1.79 (89)
on post=he's military and we get tax free everything
it's 1.69 for 92 Octane here on base, freekin gas pirates. I can't wait till it goes back down to $1.45 again
$1.42 for 91 in King George, VA.
And I thought my gas was high... after seeing these posts, im actually pretty happy now.
I think it just went up... $1.78/gallon for 87
$1.98/gallon for 91. (93 at Marathon)
$2.19 for 89
$2.39 for 91
minimum wage here is $5.15/hr too <_<
yeah, but youre in some gay gas crisis.
its like 185 for 89, and like 2.10 for 94
89 - $1.50
we get 93, and its $1.81 a gallon right now at the BP down the street
$1.63 for 93 octane at Exxon by my house. on you all.
$$$ 2.20/87 octane. I dont even know what the others are and i dont give a fuck cuz i cant even afford 87. :axe: Fuckin Bush dont give a shit cuz he likes the $$$ :axe:
I think it's 93 octane for around $2.10.
Some times it looks like the gas prices change everyday here.
It's 1.86$ for 93 here.
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