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Answer to High gas prices.

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frozone

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Get your own pump!
 

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It generally costs as much or more to have residential/farm fuel delivery as compared to buying it at the fuel station. You can take advantage of low prices IF you have room in your tank. Even then, the prices can go down further and you have just filled your tank with fuel and cost yourself money.
 

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Terrel L. Shields

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On a farm you now have to pay delivery charges if you order less than a tank load. We used to have a 300 gal. tank and it saved about 10¢ a gallon when gas was only 40¢ or so, but if you got off road gas you were monitored and it was colored. Ditto for diesel. I don't even think they sell non-tax gas now. You have to apply for a rebate.
 

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Answer to high prices

On a farm you now have to pay delivery charges if you order less than a tank load. We used to have a 300 gal. tank and it saved about 10¢ a gallon when gas was only 40¢ or so, but if you got off road gas you were monitored and it was colored. Ditto for diesel. I don't even think they sell non-tax gas now. You have to apply for a rebate.

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Strange but true;
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Lots of ways to save gas money

Watching many prices of unleaded gas, may help some, it can get overbought, even in uptrends.

And while Walmart usually sells it cheapest near here;
Mapco brand in next county had it for $ 3.06 & 9/10 , Walmart was $3.15,or 3.12
 

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Now if you have a Diesel -- you can fill up direct from your fuel-oil tank
--if you have an oil tank.
Fuel Oil = Diesel You should be able to save the tax for vehicle use.
Ooops - Fuel Oil is at $3.80 /gal !!
 

Ray Miller

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Diesel coming back from Madison was $4.19 Gas Reg. $3.39 Ethyl $3.59
 
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