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Fill Up Your Car For $2.14 a Gallon

Think Freely Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 9:29 PM
The price increase was due to the sulfur regulations which moved from about 100 parts / million down to about 20 parts per million. This reduction was horribly expensive. And the amount of sulfur actually released decreased very little.
AK Mark Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 12:16 AM
The low sulfur also caused the breakdown of seals, ruining injector pumps. Cost a lot of people a lot of money.

Would you pay $2.14 for a gallon of gas?

I know I would. According to AAA, the nationwide average for a gallon of gasoline is $3.80... Diesel is even more expensive at $4.06.

Yet despite high fuel costs across the country, a select group of drivers are paying only $2.14 a gallon... more than $1.50 below the national average.

What's the catch?

To be honest, there isn't one. These drivers aren't getting some "special deal," and this isn't some publicity stunt that's only available to a select few. They're simply filling up their tanks with a different kind of transportation...