Do you top off your gas tank in anticipation that the gas prices will continue to rise?
Sometimes. If the prices look relatively low and if I think they will rise soon, then I fill up my tank on the way home from the supermarket, even if the tank is half full already. On the other hand, sometimes I just am so busy that I wait until the tank is getting low and fill up at the next opportunity regardless of price.
Topping off your gas tank probably won't do you much good, but storing gas for the fall/winter might be wise. Gas is always cheaper during the late spring and summer. Most commodity prices go down during the summer season.
by R D Langr 2 years ago
Is it better to fill up your gas tank all at once, or little by little ($15 at a time).I drive a moderate amount, and I usually fill up my tank with about $15 worth a time, unless its at a low price or I'm going on a long trip--then I fill it up completely. Is this an economically efficient...
by Lynda Lou 9 years ago
Why do you think the top half of the gas tank always seems like it goes faster than the second...half of the tank of gas?
by Samuel E. Richardson 8 years ago
What is being done about gas prices?I've heard of various alternatives to gasoline prices: Corn, switchgrass and hydrogen, to name a few. Here, in Utah, I don't see anything happening, and the prices continue to soar. Any ideas?
by Vanessa Anderson 9 years ago
How low do you let your gas tank get before you have to fill it up?I can't stand to let it get below a quarter of a tank? What about you?
by Randy Godwin 2 years ago
Gas prices are soaring as usual under Republican leadership. This will hurt middle and lower classes more than it does those who got the lions' share of the tax cuts. Not only do we have to repay the Chinese for the money we borrowed , we now have to pay higher prices for fuel. I hope those wanted...
by Brinafr3sh 9 years ago
How much does it take to fill up your vehicles GAS tank, lately?I have a mini van, it takes a total of $60 dollar to fill my GAS tank.
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