Can Websites Like GasBuddy.com Really Help You Save on Fuel Costs?

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Move over, death and taxes. There’s another sure thing in life that’s perfectly poised to join your ranks: rising fuel costs. No matter what’s going on in the world, it often seems like gas prices skyrocket just when we’re ready to get out on the road the most — upending even the most highly tailored budgets in the process. According to AAA, the average gas price in the United States sits right around $3.00 per gallon. If you live west of the Rocky Mountains, you’re almost certain to pay more than that — so it’s more important than ever to do some research before filling your tank.


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