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Was it just two months ago I paid $4.19/gal for gas? I think so. It cost close to $70 to fill up my car, and I have a small car! Yesterday, I drove by my usual station and gas was down to $2.67. When I filled up last week it was $2.72.

What are you paying for gas in your neck of the woods? And...do you think prices will start going up again after Nov 4th?

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$2.299 hereabouts. There's a gas station in Newmarket, NH that has been easily ten cents under any price I've seen. It's a little too far for me to drive to get gas, but the UNH students sure appreciate it.
 

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Since trading in my Oregon-standard SUV for a VW Cabrio (cheerleader car), I haven't paid that much attention to gas prices, as I've only had to visit the pumps three times in the past two months.

Of course, public transportation is always an option.
 

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Gee, I never thought my AIG stock and a gallon of gas would be worth the same amount.

Oh, wait, gas is still higher. Darn.
 

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We're at $2.56 here in Waukegan, my dad told me he filled up at $2.29 in Wisconsin. I suspect Chicago is still over $3, they tend to be ~.50 higher than those of us out of Cook County.
 

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enjoy while you can.  OPEC is cutting production boost prices.  of course the long term reality is that it will go up, and up, and up, and up... we are past the tipping point.
 

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My mom pays 2.25 with at a Costco pump (they're cheaper and only for members). I have to buy high-octane, and I'm paying 2.79. I actually filled up my tank today (I only have to once a month) and paid $43 for the entire tank full. I was so excited I called my parents from work, just to tell them. Last time I paid $60, and my high point was $83. And I live in Richland, WA.
 

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enjoy while you can. OPEC is cutting production boost prices. of course the long term reality is that it will go up, and up, and up, and up... we are past the tipping point.
I am curious how quickly prices will start going up after the election. That seems to happen every year.

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