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                                           A Way To Really Lower The Price Of Gasoline
                                                                    By Sandi Moses



  A Way To Really Lower The Price Of Gasoline
 by: Sandi Moses

Every once in a while, someone starts a campaign to lower gasoline prices by urging everyone not to
purchase any gas on a certain date. The chosen date is far enough in the future to allow for a massive
e-mail and newscast campaign to spread the news far and wide throughout the land and get everyone
geared up for the big day. The idea is that the resulting surplus of unsold gas would force distributors
to lower the prices in order to be able to unload the stuff. There are two problems with that idea: 1)
almost no one participates and 2) those who do participate buy their gas either the day before or the
day after the target date, so the net result is the same amount of gas is sold and the price stays too
high.

I have noticed that most drivers completely ignore the speed limit on the freeway. Where I live, the
freeway speed limit in the city is 65 mph. It is quite possible to drive that fast in the right hand (“slow”)
lane and have people come up on your bumper and give you an annoyed look as they go around you
because they think you are driving too slowly! 80 mph in the left hand (“fast” or “passing”) lane is
normal, as are people in hurry braiding in and out of lanes because they think their time is more
important than yours and you are in their way. You might not want to hear this, but such driving wastes
gas! The same gas you complain and moan about every time you fill out at the pump gets wasted out
on the freeway by such drivers. Maybe even YOU??? (Nah………..)

According to the website Howstuffworks (http://auto.howstuffworks.com/question477.htm), the best
mileage can be achieved by driving between 40-60 mph. Now I’m here to tell you that driving 40 mph
on the freeway will get you one of three things: 1) a ticket for impeding the flow of traffic 2) into - or
becoming the cause of - and accident 3) killed. However, driving at 60 mph won’t cause any more
dirty looks than driving at 65, as long as you stay in the right hand lane. You won’t cause any
accidents, and you won’t get a ticket for impeding traffic. Again, according to Howstuffworks (
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/framed.htm?parent=question477.htm&url=http://www.fueleconomy.gov/
), gas mileage decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph. So you are wasting gas and wasting
money by driving faster than 60 mph.

Now I can hear you already: “But, I’m late!” Plan ahead, and leave a couple of minutes earlier. Think

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about it for a minute. If you drive 65 mph for one whole hour, you will only be 5 miles farther down the
road that if you drove 60 mph for that same hour. Those of you who spend a whole hour commuting
are usually not driving 65 miles. You are driving more like 10 miles, crawling along at jogging speeds.
This won’t work for that sort of commute. However, if your drive is such that you have the option of
driving faster than 60 mph, DON’T! Set your cruise control at 60 mph, slow down and save.

The beauty of this system is that you benefit from it even if no one else participates! There is a very
real possibility that you could fill up your tank one less time per month. That would save you $20-$50
per month, which is $240-$600 per year. Spend it on Christmas presents. Splurge a little on your
vacation. There are lots of ways you could enjoy the extra money. And if other people participate,
because more and more people would be buying one less tank of gas per month, the supply really
would go up because the demand really would be down, and that would mean lower prices which
would benefit everybody (except maybe OPEC, and they don‘t need the money.) Try it!




Sandi Moses has been involved in internet marketing since November, 2003. Visit her sites at
http://www.123iwork4me.com and http://www.123-home-based-business-works-4-me.com.

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                                               What Determines The Gasoline Price?
                                                                  By Tom Tessin



 As we fill up with gasoline every day, a lot of us sit back and wonder how exactly is the gasoline price
determined? What plays the part of making the gas prices so low or so high? In this article, we are
going to explain a few factors that play a part in determining the gas prices. Hopefully after you read
these points, you'll better understand the gas industry and how gas prices are determined.

Amount of oil produced

Oil comes from all points of the world and as you may know by now, a majority of the United States' oil
comes from the Middle East. If the oil supply starts to dwindle, this will cause less of a supply causing
the price to rise. If the supply is too high, obviously the price will lower so that it'll sell. This will bring us
into the supply and demand part of gas.

Supply and demand

Like anything you buy or see in the stores, it all comes down to supply and demand. If there's a lot of
demand for a product, the price will be higher because the businesses know it will sell. If the demand
for the product is lower, the businesses will have to cut costs in order to compete and let the products
fly off the shelves. Supply and demand is also a big part of the gas industry.

Wars

Believe it or not, wars have always made an impact on gas prices. If you look at the gas price history,
you will notice that higher gas prices were always around during wars. Some experts say that wars
have nothing to do with gas prices and others say that wars conflict with gas prices. We will let
statistics speak for themselves and say wars creating an impact on prices.

Local taxes, etc

Gas prices aren't the same price around the United States. Each state varies when it comes to gas
prices. This is because of the local taxes and locations. You may that even in your area that some gas
prices are higher in other areas. The reason that gas prices vary so much throughout the states is
because of local and state taxes. A lower income area is going to have cheaper gas prices because of
taxes compared to a higher income taxed area.

There are other factors that determine gas prices such as the stock and petroleum market. When fear
is involved, it can affect the gas prices greatly. Besides these factors, there are many others that can
influence prices such as damage done to oil barracks, refineries, etc. Gas prices will be no different
than an item in a grocery store like I mentioned above, it basically comes down to the supply and
demand of gasoline. When the demand is high, which it always is when it comes to gas, the price is
going to be higher. If you don't want to pay the higher gas prices, there are many alternatives on how
you can save on gasoline.

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