Join Date: May 2006
Location: In the garage!!!!!!
Don't even get me started. People complaining about high gas prices doesn't change anything. I hear it everyday and it gets a bit annoying. Just live with the reality that the more money we demand the higher the cost of living. As a business owner that provides goods or a service if you made $1.00 today you're not going to want to make $.99 tomorrow. That's just human nature. With all these lobbyists wanting to raise minimum wage it directly effects the cost of living. The business have to pay more to make the same product or provide the same service so they will charge more or cut jobs to keep making that $1.00 not $.99. As far as the cost of oil and price of gas until there are federal or state mandates on pricing there is no limiting factor to what gas and oil companies will charge. The only factor right now is competition. An please people stop blaming high gas prices on the War in Iraq that's absurd. The cost to refine the crude oil has skyrocketed according to friends I know that work in the refineries (Tesoro, Martinez, CA.)
But any ways to answer your question Chevron is $3.86 for 91. At cheap o mart gas stations you're looking $3.74 on average for 91.