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Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008

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Find inexpensive gas

We were all stunned when gas prices hit record highs earlier this year. Fortunately, though, prices have since tumbled.

Alas, we have new financial worries. Food prices have risen. And many Americans are struggling to keep their homes.

So, it still makes sense to monitor fuel costs. After all, every dime matters these days.

That's where GasBuddy can help. It will help you find the lowest gas prices in your area. All you need do is click your state on GasBuddy's map!

You'll find more than just gas prices, though. You'll find tips for saving money on gas. Or, use the trip calculator to see how much a car trip will cost.

And don't forget that GasBuddy offers access via your phone. For example, you can send a text message to GasBuddy. You'll get a return message showing the lowest gas price near you!

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