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Old 10-07-2012, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by E36 Phantom View Post
I've got a 100 mile a day round trip commute so this would have really hurt, but I just switched to taking the train last week, was very lucky timing. It's 5+ for Chevron 91 by my house. I was blown away, went up from 4.29 Monday to 5 Friday.

I've been snickering at the prices as I drive by to the station.

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It's great that you can take the train. Wondering what the cost is compared to gas? The train didn't used to be much of a savings - except saving on the nerves and stress. Now that gas is $5, it may be a deal.
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Originally Posted by The_Raven View Post
I've gone from spending $20 a week on gas to $25,

Sucks, but we gotta deal with it.
How in the world do you afford it? Aren't you glad you moved?
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Originally Posted by Dave 330i View Post
The price has little affect on my lifestyle. I just fill the tank when I need to.
Same, but it's still crazy to see prices climb this fast. As E36 Phantom pointed out, they've gone up about 70 cents in about 5 days.
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Originally Posted by russian318is View Post
credit price and cash price!?
Yup, they do that now because it costs more to process through a credit or debit card transaction, so they give a discount for cash.
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