>Gas Prices Drive More Consumers to Steal – Yahoo! News

>If you see Mad Max drive into your gas station, you know what he’s about to do…

Here in California, you can’t fill up at a gas station before you pay. You either use your credit card or have to give some cash to the attendant in the bulletproof box in order to get the pump to work. I’m surprised that they haven’t initiated that technology all over the country.

I’d like to know where the gas is $2.28 a gallon. Here’s it’s $2.34 on a good day.

6 thoughts on “>Gas Prices Drive More Consumers to Steal – Yahoo! News

  1. Sonic Reducer

    >It’s just over $2.00 here in NJ. But we have a lot of refinerys so I think that’s why it’s cheaper here. You also can’t pump your own here so that kind of stuff never really ahppens here.

  2. Brian King

    >$2.05 as of today in Chattanooga. After dark we have to pay first because after dark everyone in Chattanooga is dogass drunk and therefore more likely to steal gas.

  3. Sonic Reducer

    >I lied, gas is about $2.20 here. I never check the price.

    I like the fact that I don’t have to pump my own gas here in the garden state. It’s bad enough I have to scan and bag my own groceries. Let the gas monkey earn his keep. I want to stay, dry/warm/cool in my car.

  4. SFChick74

    >Hasn’t it been like that in NJ for a long time? I remember when I lived there in the early 80s, my recently transplanted parents were astounded by the same thing.

    We have refineries here too. I drove by about two of them today, and Northern California still has the highest prices in the nation.

    What’s even weirder is down in the Southern California they actually have oil wells pumping up something. It doesn’t seem to be used for gasoline.


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