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  1. jason says:

    We’re not quite that high yet, but we’re getting there. It sucks!

  2. Lescentive says:

    why is mobil always the first one to raise their prices? i got some gas before it got to 4.31, got it when it was only 4.19 @ shell.
    sigh.. this is crazy… I drive one of the most fuel efficient cars on the road to date and i’m paying almost 45.00 at the pump..

  3. carolyn says:

    that’s so gross. $4.05 here. we’re hoping to get Vespas before the year’s over.

  4. trench says:

    Got to show this photo to my Nao in Vegas! Thanks for taking it. Its time to stay home….

  5. Arnold says:

    Until gas hits the $5 a gallon mark, I’m not worried. It’s almost guaranteed that whenever it hits that dollar mark, it’ll never go below that anymore.

  6. Jesse says:

    why is mobil always the first one to raise their prices? i got some gas before it got to 4.31, got it when it was only 4.19 @ shell.
    I don’t know why Shell doesn’t just fix their prices $.05 to $.10 less then Mobile. You would think they would make more money by luring in more customers.

  7. brent says:

    $4.05 in california

  8. Marina says:

    $3.77 in Oregon. That’s why I commute by bike. Our gas price also includes full serve. It’s illegal to pump your own.

  9. Donna says:

    3.71 in central North Carolina!

  10. Christine Lalaine says:

    $3.529 is the lowest for regular gas in my zip code, with $3.799 being the highest.
    http://www.motortrend.com/gas_prices/33/colorado/arapahoe/englewood/index.html
    (Englewood = suburb of the Denver-Metro area)
    remember: winners ride the bus!

  11. Christine Lalaine says:

    P.S. Eric and I are drooling over the Tesla Roadster.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_Roadster

  12. Cristina says:

    Holy crap and we’re complaining here! It’s around 3.65ish here in Corpus Christi Texas

  13. Debbie says:

    I don’t know if we’ll see $2.00/gal. But how about $2.99/gal for the next 3 years? I saw an ad very similar to this one (http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/2008-05-05-chrysler-gas_N.htm in today’s PDN. What do you think? More face value than actual?

  14. Vanz says:

    $3.64 San Antonio, TX

  15. Miget says:

    Sigh, its $3.91 where I’m at in California. I didn’t feel the $4.19 has harshly as I could have the last time I was in Guam, since I drive so much less there each day than I have to driving around San Diego.

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