Posted By RichC on September 14, 2006
This week on my trek through the state of Ohio I was driving my ‘thirsty’ (not ‘thrify’ — see previous post) Honda Pilot and started looking for the lowest cost gasoline. The excellent site GasBuddy does a pretty good job and has a great database posting results of dedicated ‘watchers’ in real time to the fuel prices in any given area.
I decided to use the OhioGasPrices.com website today to find the lowest cost fuel in an area that I was driving through (NE Ohio) and was able to filled up this afternoon at $2.02 per gallon. The site also has other interesting tools like the Temperature Map (above) that gives a national view of pricing.