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SPRING STREET

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Posted: 01/31/19 10:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you are a Costco member , seems like there gas & diesel are the cheapest, Walmart and Murphy USA are good also and easy in and out !


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Our Sams Club has the cheapest gas around. laid out similar to a costco.
As others have suggest. Use GasBuddy.com and search out your fuel stops. They also have APP's. While truck stops may not be the cheapest fuel. They are generally the easiest to get to when traveling Freeways. We also used a book called the Next Exit Their site shows they now have a APP for the book.


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Matt_Colie

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This is why we Co-Drive....

The navigator (right sea) has GasBuddy and Google Earth running on a phone, taplet or laptop. When a good price is found in the area where fuel is likely to be needed or wanted (watch out when changing states), navigator will find a good value station, and then study it from Google Earth and maybe go down to Street View. If it looks promising, we plan that for a stop.

This is all a lot easier to do once the practice is in place and it does save both grief and money.

Matt


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Our rig is 24 feet long but we tow another vehicle all the time.

We buy our gas at stations advertising the lowest price. Brands are of no concern to us. The lowest price is often found at regular size stations, especially when off the beaten path. It takes fast planning moments ahead but we do fine.

A 30 foot rig not towing anything will be much easier at regular gas stations than our 6 foot shorter rig but towing. Just watch your mirrors. A back-up camera helps too. If travelling with another set of eyes, have them stand outside and "spot you" until your confidence builds up. After a while, you'll get real good on your own.


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