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Slidell, LA
0.76 miles
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888 Gause Blvd
Slidell, LA
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1418 Gause Blvd
Slidell, LA
1.36 miles
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Slidell, LA
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Slidell, LA
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Slidell, LA
1.88 miles
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601 Robert Blvd
Slidell, LA
1.88 miles
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Slidell, LA
1.91 miles
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3898 Pontchartrain Dr
Slidell, LA
1.94 miles
$1.699
39100 Natchez Dr
Slidell, LA
1.97 miles
$1.699
368 Voters Rd
Slidell, LA
2.53 miles
$1.699
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Slidell, LA
1.73 miles
$1.699
888 Gause Blvd
Slidell, LA
0.79 miles
$1.699
350 Voters Rd
Slidell, LA
2.36 miles
$1.699
1720 Gause Blvd E
Slidell, LA
2.16 miles
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101 Brownswitch Rd
Slidell, LA
2.41 miles
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Slidell, LA
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12930 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA
19.34 miles
$1.779
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Mandeville, LA
17.61 miles
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2000 Highway 43 S
Picayune, MS
18.08 miles
Gas Price News

Renault-Nissan CEO Says Regulations Will Keeps EVs Coming

People will keep on buying EVs since various emissions regulations will mean automakers will continue to build them, no matter what happens to gas prices.

Cheaper gas, warmer winters and more cars on the road mean that Americans are driving more, with total numbers set to top 3 trillion this year for the first time since 2007 and only the second time in history.

A Washington Post opinion piece, refuting those who predict the death of electric vehicles - yes, again - explains that regulatory mandates underpin the existence and sales of BEVs, not the price of gas.

The federal government mandates that a certain amount of ethanol be blended with gasoline. The price of corn-based ethanol hasn't been affected by the same anchor-drop in price as petroleum fuel, however, and along with that, the complicated mechanics of its pricing and trade are said to be what is keeping the price of gas from falling even further.

Researcher Says Dramatic Spike Possible

Plummeting gas prices have left motorists' wallets fatter in recent months, but the savings could have an unintended consequence, says one researcher.

That's An Average Of $700 Per Family

Americans may save as much as $80 billion on lower gas prices in 2015, Schneider Electric's Matt Smith says on CNBC. And that's at a $2.60 per-gallon price.

We've been hearing for a while that the steady drop in US fuel prices are hurting sales of fuel-efficient cars like hybrids and plug-ins. As far as driving habits, though? Lower prices are the pump are having little impact on how much people are behind the wheel, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Gasoline in the US continues its weeks-long descent with prices down about 13 cents a gallon over last week to $2.544, which is lower by around 69 cents/gallon from this time last year, according to the US Energy Information Administration. Many drivers are welcoming the lower bills at the gas station as a fantastic holiday gift, but Ford investors are somewhat spooked over the potential sales implications for the 2015 F-150.

TSLA Goes Down, Then Back Up, Then Who Knows?

Tesla's stock price was down to around $206 earlier today, but it's back up to over $216 now. Friday, it closed at over $223. Some stock blogs are saying the price could go as low as $165 in the not-too-distant future. What's behind these wild swings that CNBC's Phil LeBeau calls, "the worst seven-day trading period ever for shares of Tesla"? One potential culprit is today's low gas prices.

Naval warfare, aerial warfare, logistical warfare, cyber warfare. There are as many ways to wage war as there are stars in the sky, but economic warfare is perhaps one of the most misunderstood. It's rarely as overt as bombing factories or sinking freighters, featuring more subtle, domestic maneuvers.

It's almost impossible not to notice that it's a lot cheaper to fill up at the gas station in the latter portion of this year. As of December 1, the US Energy Information Administration said the average cost of a gallon of gas was $2.778, down almost 50 cents from a year ago. In general, fuel prices have been on the decline for much of 2014, and the effects have started showing themselves with people seemingly more willing to buy lower efficiency vehicles.

Average national price for a gallon of gas is 50 cents cheaper than this time last year

A new gas station called OnCue in Oklahoma City priced its gas at $1.99 per gallon yesterday, prompting a rival station down the road to go even further with $1.98 a gallon gas.

Low Gas Prices Might Actually Create Buying Opportunity

It's been a rough year for green car manufacturers. To many consumers, it appears that so-called green vehicles cost more and are more challenging to operate (limited range, low availability of "exotic" fuels, etc.) And with gasoline prices plummeting, American consumers are much less likely to spend more for a green vehicle.

U.S. consumers could save $61 billion on gas this year

In a dramatic shift from previous forecasts, the Energy Department predicted Wednesday that the average price of gasoline in the U.S. will be $2.94 a gallon in 2015. That is a 44-cent drop from an outlook issued just a month ago.

It took more than the high cost of gas to kill off the Hummer brand, but the military/civilian vehicle's near-endless need for fuel didn't help sales when gas prices started to climb. Turns out, there is still a thirst for the gas-devouring vehicle in the US. The evidence is anecdotal at best, but since we know prices at the pump can change car shopping behavior in America, the idea that more people want a Hummer now than they have these past few years doesn't surprise us at all.

The national average for a gallon of unleaded regular gas dropped 18.2 cents to $3.05

AAA's predictions of cheap gas for the coming fall season are already being realized. Gas prices across the country are dipping to the lowest levels seen in almost four years.

"As Prius represents by far the biggest chunk of the hybrid marketplace, where Prius goes, the segment goes," – Ed Kim, Autopacific

If you haven't noticed, it has been a little cheaper to fill up at the gas station for the last few weeks. According to the US Energy Information Administration, the current national average cost for a gallon of gasoline is $3.299. That's down about a nickel from the previous week and around seven cents lower than this time last year. It doesn't look like this is just a temporary blip either because there's a strong possibility that Saudi Arabia may compel OPEC for lower oil prices for the near

Cheap crude and cold weather blends driving down fuel prices

AAA's predictions of cheap gas for the coming fall season are already being realized. The cheapest average price for the whole year was beat Wednesday, as the average cost of a gallon of unleaded hit $3.27, beating February's price of $3.29.

By the end of the year, up to 30 states could have an average gasoline price of less than $3 a gallon

The price of a gallon of gasoline may soon start with a "2'' across much the country.

It's not hard to understand, when gas prices go up, Americans sometimes drive less on national holidays. This year, though gas prices are lower than they have been right before Labor Day since 2010, and that means the American Automobile Association (AAA) is predicting that the number of people taking a road trip of more than 50 miles is expected to rise compared to last year. AAA says that 35 million people will make a 50+ mile trip this year, the highest number since 2008 and up 1.3 percent fr