Monday, May 19, 2008

Gas prices set new record for seventh consecutive day

You don't really need to eat, right? Just asking.
Gas prices have set record highs in Arizona and across the country for each of the past seven days. According to AAA, the nationwide average for a gallon of regular unleaded hit $3.76 Wednesday morning, up nearly 3 cents from Tuesday's record high.

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Anonymous bruce said...

Eating is kind of important to me.
Higher fuel prices are partly caused by poor support for the dollar. The other part is 2 third world countries with HUGE populations becoming industrialized nations.

I do not see much relief in the area of energy costs in the near future. So we each need to take steps to lower our energy consumption.

I have been testing fuel saving products for years, and had not found anything that gave consistent results until now.
Go to the results I posted here.
These results are incredible. one vehicle in this test has gone from 13.3 mpg to 17.9 mpg.
That is over 30% increase.

The vehicle owner is astounded at her savings.

5/20/2008 11:38:00 AM  
Blogger SPIIDERWEB™ said...

Most people don't realize economy is incremental. Every little bit helps from direct savings as in fuel economy to indirect savings such as using less electricity.

Few realize when they turn off a TV or stereo with the controller and the little light comes on, they have reduced electric consumption by only 20%.

Glance at a house at night. You might see 4-5 rooms lit. How many are inhabited? Perhaps 1/2 of them.

We just don't care.

5/20/2008 01:30:00 PM  

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