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Old 10-12-2004, 10:40 AM   #11
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Indiana is one of the cheapest state to grab diesel fuel and there up to $1.959 at the truck stop. Regular stations are at 2.14
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$2.21 for 94...
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I just paid $1.83 for regular. There are a few stations that offer a little lower like $1.80 but I like to go to the same station.
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Filled up at 2.01/gal last night w 93....I don't mind the gas prices though....they aren't too bad yet. We all think it'* bad because the "economy is hurting" when in all actuality the economy is growing so fast that we don't even understand it'* rate of growth. Look at the rest of the world, or countries that have a better economy than we do and look at what they are paying for fuel? We're just starting to catch up. My theory.
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I paid $0.949 / Litre in Ottawa over the weekend. Converted into US that'* $2.83 US /Gallon for 91 octane.

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Ya 2.83 might start to erk me a lil bit.
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Ya 2.83 might start to erk me a lil bit.
That'* still cheap compared to Europe. Last time I was in England 4 years ago, it cost me almost $75 US to fill up a Volkswagon Jetta

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Dont matter the price, got to drive.
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Dont matter the price, got to drive.
That'* the problem with the US. We don't have to drive. In europe they live close to stores etc, they can walk a block and get groceries. Here we have divided cities instead of mixed use zoning.

We don't have to drive, we choose to.
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Dont matter the price, got to drive.
That'* the problem with the US. We don't have to drive. In europe they live close to stores etc, they can walk a block and get groceries. Here we have divided cities instead of mixed use zoning.

We don't have to drive, we choose to.
Energy conservation is not part of the US lexicon from what I've seen :(

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