Gas Price Heat Map

I stumbled across this cool map of the United States color coded to show where the cheapest and highest gas prices in the country are – just like with a heat map.

By default, it’s divided up into counties, and you can see how prices tend to vary not only from from state to state, but from county to county within a state.

If you’re looking for the cheapest gas, you’ll want to visit Missouri, South Carolina, and Missouri. you’ll find the highest gas prices in California, closely followed by Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Connecticut, and New York.

Want a solution you can use to start saving money on gas right now – perform a water conversion on your car and you can slash your gas bill by 40% or more.

Not that motivated? You could always get a gas rebate card. It’s an extremely easy way to start saving money on gas every time you fill up the tank.

Posted: July 7th, 2008
at 5:41pm by Fuel Saver

Categories: Gas Prices

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