So my area is made up of three large cities, that as they grew merged , so many people have no idea when they cross city lines. We have over 60 gas stations including independent stations. On a typical day, I will use ESSO as a example, one location may be $ .10 lower than the ESSO 10 blocks away. Gas Buddy displays the lowest price, when it was posted and by who.
So while running errands I may need gas, typical savings using Gas Buddy is $0.06 to 0.10 per liter X 30 liters = $1.80 to $3.00, coffee and coffee and cookie.
Price today South of me is $0.779 with average $0.799 and North of me $0.919-------20 minutes later all the stations within 100 KM East of me are at $0.809.
And that is how a typical day is in Central Ontario. On the Weekend, the stations take a two to three hour turn ( one at a time, random locations) at posting a $0.10 or better drop, to use up old gas, and P off the people collecting info for Gas Buddy.
I see people line up for gas, I just take advantage of the station with the lowest price at the time that is on my way home.
In the winter, never go below 3/8 of a tank, unless I am doing a long trip and need more than a full tank to get home.
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