The Utility Consumers’ Action Network (UCAN) tracks gas prices at hundreds of gas stations in San Diego. Charles Langley of UCAN said he was uncertain about where gas prices are heading, but it wouldn’t surprise him if the price topped $5.00 a gallon this summer, according to KPBS.
As the war in Libya escalates, no one knows how high gas prices are headed. The severe price increases are rippling throughout the economy. Everyone from consumers to small businesses to large corporations are paying attention to oil and gas prices lately. It affects a lot of people.
How are higher gas prices affecting you? What are you doing to cope? Driving less? Car pooling? Telecommuting? Stay-cations instead of vacations?
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For businesses interested in saving money on fuel and other costs, please check out the FieldLogix fleet tracking demos.