If you feel lost in a sea of rising fuel costs, websites like GasBuddy.com and GasPriceWatch.com may able to help you better chart those rough waters. The Detroit Free Press is reporting that instead of driving around and wasting gas while looking for the cheapest prices, jumping on the old World Wide Web can save time and energy and money. The aforementioned sites, which are free, break down gas prices on a state-by-state basis with information provided by volunteer spotters. The pay site TravMatrix.com claims to have the most accurate and current information, however, as their data is compiled electronically, based on the analysis of credit card transactions.
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