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Old 01-15-2016, 09:50 AM   #15
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Just a heads up. DON'T buy fuel in Lake Havasu. Pick it up at I 40 and 95. Pilot or Loves. In town it will be .50 a gal higher. That is at all stations.
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Just a heads up. DON'T buy fuel in Lake Havasu. Pick it up at I 40 and 95. Pilot or Loves. In town it will be .50 a gal higher. That is at all stations.
There is 1 station in town that has cheaper diesel than the loves or pilot. I forget which, but I fueled there last year. I usually stop at the pilot going to try the loves on the way into town this year. I'm thinking I'll be good with 20gals of gas in the trailer for a 5 night stay.
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I just checked GasBuddy and Smith's grocery is $2.39 for diesel.
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Circle K off Kiowa and the 95 was the cheapest last year. Doubt I want to get in there with my weekend warrior. Didn't have a trailer last year.
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Smiths is usually the least expensive. The Maverik across the street is usually the same and the remodeled station now has diesel.
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Sara park is just a couple of miles south of LHC. Crazy Horse CG on the island in LHC will allow you to dump and fill your FWT with potable water for $5.00. We do so a couple of times each winter.
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Sara park is just a couple of miles south of LHC. Crazy Horse CG on the island in LHC will allow you to dump and fill your FWT with potable water for $5.00. We do so a couple of times each winter.
Thank you all check that out when we get into town on Feb 10th.
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