gas

Gas is Cheap in Texas, and About to Get Cheaper
Gas prices are averaging just above two bucks a gallon in East Texas right now, and that's about fifty cents cheaper than it was on the 4th of July weekend last year. Road trip on!
Even better news for drivers - gas prices are expected to dip under the two-dollar mark again this fall and they co…
Lower Gas Prices = More Traveling and More Gifts? [POLL]
Just about everyone is rejoicing with lower gas prices (except if you own a gas station). Prices have fallen considerably since the summer, when gas was around $3.39 to now $2.59 a gallon. I've even noticed a big change in the total at the pump when I go to fill up my truck and I appreciate it …
Oil In Texas Is Big Business
The energy industry continues to grow, and Texas may be benefiting from the oil and natural gas boom.
But as USA Today points out, all of the growth and success doesn't come without a few headaches.
15 Clever Ways to Save Money on Gas
Turmoil in the Middle East is nothing new. Gas prices going up is nothing new. What is new is the possibility that we could be looking at prices at the pump lurking in the neighborhood of $5 a gallon by the summer. And that’s painful.
Gas Prices to Drop by Summer [VIDEO]
I just heard a report this morning that says gas prices are expected to drop as much as 50 cents by this summer! Actually maybe as soon as June! This can't come soon enough. Gas is nearly $1.00 higher than it was at the beginning of the year, and the closer it gets to $4.00 per gallon, the l…
Gas Pumping Tips
With the recent military activity in Libya, gas prices are sure to soar.  Here's a few tips on how to get the most out of your fill-up's.  I already knew about a few of them, but a couple of these tips were eye-opening:
Gas Prices vs. Other Stuff
No doubt about it, gas prices suck!
As summer comes around, they’re probably going to suck more. Gasoline really isn’t the most expensive liquid though. Believe it or not, there are higher priced items out there that you use on a daily basis. Check this out:
Libyas Crisis Leads To Extreme Gas Prices
WTF! I don't know everything, but I know that this is getting a little scary. How high do you think the prices will go? We're already at $100.00 per barrell for oil. Experts say it's going to get worse. Will the economy survive it? Video after the jump.