What are gas prices like in your area?

  1. I currently have a job offer at a Home Health but I have to travel a lot. Gas prices currently in Northwest Indiana are $3.56!! What are the gas prices like in your area. I know they pay mileage but I dont know if its worth the high gas price,will gas prices ever go down!!!
    Last edit by lizzyberry on May 26, '07
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  2. 32 Comments

  3. by   TazziRN
    Average is around $3.40 right now but I found a station today at $3.29.

    I'm in the same boat, I'm interviewing for home health. I have an SUV; if I get the job and stay with it long term Hubs will get me a little commute car.
  4. by   UM Review RN
    $3.09 a gallon here.

    Did you see the movie, Who Killed the Electric Car? I've been upset ever since I saw it because of all the money Americans have spent on internal combustion engines, not to mention the cost to our health and the environment.
  5. by   allantiques4me
    Its 357 a gallon in Cleveland.Im glad I work 5 minutes from home!!
  6. by   brendamyheart
    3.05 in dalas
  7. by   Reno1978
    Around $3.25 for regular here in Reno. There's about a $0.25/gallon difference though, depending on where you go. I find that http://gasprices.mapquest.com is pretty accurate - I toss my city, state, and zip in there and go the the cheaper stations! Anything to save some $ while I'm in school.
  8. by   Tweety
    3.09 For the first time it cost me over $40 to fill up my car.
  9. by   SuesquatchRN
    $3.15 to 3.23, a little cheaper 30 miles south. A lot cheaper across the lake in Vermont.
  10. by   TexasPediRN
    I just paid 2.99 today - the gas station 1 mile from it was 3.09 a gallon. I was thrilled with the 2.99!!



    I used to do home health as well as supervisory visits, it got too be too much in gas and wear and tear on my car. Now the hospital is only 5 miles away.
  11. by   compassion1
    The cheapest I saw today was $2.97. Most are a good way over $3/gal. I drove 500+ miles for work in the last 2 weeks. And I have an SUV too. We get the IRS mileage allowance...48.5 cents/mile. I hope that they bump that up now that gas prices are sky rocketing.
  12. by   RainDreamer
    high.
  13. by   bethin
    Let's just say I've already sold my first born child that isn't even conceived yet. $3.69 in SE Indiana, and that's the least expensive. It cost me $45 to fill up my little car. I can go to the next town over (about 20 miles) and get it for $3.49 but is it worth 20 cents?

    I'm tempted to go buy a hybrid. My only concern is if they go fast.
  14. by   RainDreamer
    I don't have a hybrid, but my little Mazda gets about 30 mpg .... not too bad. That's why I decided on that rather than one of the cute little SUVs that I really wanted to get.

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