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  • Regular Cars that Take Premium Gasoline

     
    It's common to see "requires 91 octane gasoline for best performance" on the fuel door of sports or luxury cars. So, we scratch our heads when we see the same premium recommendation on a family car, hybrid or non-performance car.......
  • Despite Efficient Cars, Savings at Pump Elusive

     
    Despite reduced gasoline consumption, higher prices at the pump mean Americans are finding themselves with less money to spend elsewhere. That's according to a pair of reports issued Monday by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Union of Concerned......
  • Los Angeles gas prices continue weeklong climb

    Los Angeles gas prices continue weeklong climb
    Gas prices in the Los Angeles and Long Beach area have jumped nearly 8 cents in as many days. AAA tracked a steady rise in California's statewide average fuel price, which rose about 6 cents in the last eight days to hover at $4.042 on Friday. L.A....
  • Electric car charging expenses vary widely, still cheaper than gas

    Electric car charging expenses vary widely, still cheaper than gas
    People who drive electric cars pay the equivalent of $1.51 per gallon of gas in fueling expense in California but only 83 cents in North Dakota, according to new federal government figures. The Energy Department data show the wide variability between...
  • Small flaws mar Subaru Forester

    Small flaws mar Subaru Forester
    There's a difference between data and information. Information has context and relevance. It's the building block of knowledge. Data can be trivial: meaningless facts. How many rivets are there in the Eiffel Tower? I don't know, and I don't care unless...
  • Small drop in gasoline prices dents used hybrid, electric car values

    Small drop in gasoline prices dents used hybrid, electric car values
    Gasoline prices are only slightly below levels set in 2011 and 2012, according to Energy Department statistics. But even a relatively small decline is enough to dent the used car auction prices of hybrid vehicles and the retained value of electric...
  • As Memorial Day nears, California gasoline prices rise above $4

    As Memorial Day nears, California gasoline prices rise above $4
    Summer is coming. The long Memorial Day weekend is just two weeks away and, of course, average gasoline prices in California are back up above $4 a gallon. On Friday, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in California was $4.062, up 7.6...
  • Tesoro is cleared to buy BP's Carson refinery, Arco stations

    Tesoro Corp. won federal and state clearance for its purchase of BP's Carson refinery, Arco stations and other assets for $2.4 billion, an acquisition that would further concentrate the state's fuel-making capacity into only two players — Tesoro and...
  • Station sues Broward for its new law on advertising gas prices

    Station sues Broward for its new law on advertising gas prices
    A Fort Lauderdale station has filedĀ  a lawsuit against a new Broward ordinance that requires it and others to post on signs the highest price of gasoline or diesel offered. Spector Corp. that owns the Causeway BP atĀ 601 SE 17th St., said the ordinance...
  • Big spike predicted for Indy gas prices

    Big spike predicted for Indy gas prices
    The average price of gasoline could spike as much as 18 cents over the next 36 hours, according to an alert sent out by gas price monitoring website IndyGasPrices.com. A gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Indianapolis cost $3.31 early Wednesday...
  • 8 Businesses Sued By New Jersey For Price Gouging In Wake Of Sandy

    8 Businesses Sued By New Jersey For Price Gouging In Wake Of Sandy
    Officials in New Jersey announced Friday the filing of several civil lawsuits against eight New Jersey businesses, accusing them of unlawful price gouging while consumers were in need of fuel, shelter, and other essentials during the Hurricane Sandy state...