Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Want To Know On how To Save Gas?

As we all know everything is so very expensive now especially the gas prices. Last night after my husband's work he went shopping at walmart store and I asked him to buy me some stuff. One of them was pineapple and I can't believe it one pineapple cost him five bucks. It's summer season now and the vegetables or fruits should be cheap but my they're still expensive. My husband complained about it but I know not only my husband or father in law who complains about it. But almost everybody complains about the high prices now of every thing.

Ever wonder if you should drive to the next town to save money on gas? Well, I found the that have a free online tool that has just been launched. They have all the information on how to save gas so if you want to know about it visit their site now.

Press Release:
Saddle River, NJ June 13 2008 -- launched today, a free site dedicated to helping consumers decide if the trip across town to a cheaper gas station will actually save them money. This tool is easy to use and only requires that you enter a few details such as the price of gas and distance to the cheaper station.
With the price of gas now over $4.00 in most places, the decision as to where you purchase your gas is becoming more important every day. With this new tool from, consumers now have the information needed to make the right decisions on where to buy gas, while saving the most money possible.
In addition to the gas calculator, also contains a wealth of information and tips on how to save gas and increase gas mileage. The site also has a real time feed which constantly updates the average prices per gallon by state. More information is being added all the time. is the creation of Mark Roth. Mr. Roth lives on the border of New York and New Jersey. “There is a big difference in price between NY and NJ, and I noticed many NY drivers lining up at the cheaper NJ gas stations. That got me wondering if it was really worth the trip, going out of your way to buy cheaper gas. That’s when I came up with the idea for the calculator.” said Mr. Roth.