- Jun 16, 2012
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Yeah, you have good prices. 91 Octane is $4.59 per gallon here.Startin to feel a little better about the gas prices in the Baltimore area after seeing what some of yall are paying. I don't get the increased cost of e85, figuring there's only 15-20% gas in it, and the demand is FAR FAR less than gas or diesel.
I think I paid $3.94 this AM for 87 octane.
I only drive to the gym and back each morning (9 minutes each way) so I fill up every 2 weeks.
If I had to go into the office like I used to (45-60 mins each way) I know I would be a lot more pissed off.
The heating oil thing was a joke last month (over $750.00 to fill my tank). It was $283.00 under Trump.
Pervy-Joe the pant-shitter and the demturdz, biggest braindead morons on the planet. LOL...
My silverado 5.3l only gets 9mpg on e85. 87 octane it's only 12mpg. Probably should of went back to stock tire size but had no way of knowing gas was going through the roof at the time.For those with poor gas mileage vehicles I feel you. I had a Durango with a 360 magnum that averaged 9 mpg in the city and 14 mpg on the highway. Had it thru the first insane gas price insanity years ago. Would cost me 80+ bucks a week just to drive 50-70 miles a week. Ended up ditching it and got a gas friendly 35 mpg Toyota lol