With gas prices on the rise, many drivers are looking for ways to spend less at the pump.
However, during every presidential campaign, one issue generally rises to the top and becomes the defining issue for independent voters. With recent spikes showing no signs of slowing down, it looks like gas prices will likely become that defining issue in 2012.
Drivers are getting an early holiday present at the pumps as national gas prices are down 5 cents in the past two weeks.
Gas prices are down in the Denver metro area between three and four cents from a week ago. That’s the good news. The bad news is it’s a double-edged sword. Gas prices are down, but so is the economy.
There is a new way to save money on a gas. At King Soopers, If shoppers buy enough in their stores, they could save up to $1 a gallon at the pump.
Gas prices are high and who knows when they’ll drop. That’s why drivers have got to be careful, especially now, with tempting offers promising to help save at the pump.
Forget $4 a gallon for gas — at least for now. After 44 days of consecutive price hikes, the price of a barrel of oil dropped again Friday, settling at just above $97.
They’re here — $4 gas prices have come to Colorado.
Right now the average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gas in the nation is $3.11. In Colorado the average price is $2.93.
A survey found that in the first week of April Americans used nearly 4 percent less gas than the same time last year. In Colorado gas shot up nearly 10 cents in the past week.