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Old 04-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #15
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Been using GasBuddy for years... There are others but GasBuddy members (Including me in some cases) take notes as they drive and enter prices when they go on line (I use an audio recorder to take notes,, Hands free)

Thus the prices can be as much as a few minutes old.. Other places use things like credit card reciepets, which means it's yesterday's prices for the most part.

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Old 04-01-2012, 06:59 PM   #16
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WWW.FINDFUELSTOPS.COM is a truckers source and much more suited to motorhome use..........
Found that the other day, started playing with it, plugging in info. to see how it worked. I think it's an excellent source of information. Anyone driving a rig of any size really should check it out. All the right info at your fingertips - including an aerial view to help visualize what to expect when you get to the station! We're currently on an extended trip, using this software to plan fuel stops because we found fuel less expensive to buy knowing well in advance where the cheaper fuel was available - when we will need it. You set it up so it knows how far you like to run on a tank of fuel..... Very helpful.

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