Searching For Gas Prices

High Gas Prices Fuel Search Engine Usage from Jennifer Laycock at Search Engine Guide talks about two gas
price search engines (GasBuddy.com &
GasPriceWatch.com
)
that help those in the US find the lowest prices to fill up. FYI, both Yahoo and Ask Jeeves have shortcuts to get you prices, as well.

At either Ask Jeeves or Yahoo, enter "gas" plus a zip code, such as gas 92663, and you’ll get links to the two
sites mentioned above. Of course, it’s faster to go to the gas price sites directly and get the answers. But, if you can’t remember them offhand, this is a quick way to find
them and have links already set for your local area.

Now what would be really cool is if someone whipped up prices placed against a map. When it happens, as I’m sure it will, we’ll bring news.

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