Gas Price Hikes Don't Justify a New Car

Gas prices always hit a spike in the summer, and this year is shaping up to be a doozy with prices likely to pass $4.00 per gallon by Memorial Day. 

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Gas Demand Falls To 10-Year Low In July

The American Petroleum Institute has reported that total petroleum deliveries fell by 0.5 percent in July, compared to the same month one year ago. This was the first time deliveries have decreased for any month this year. As well, gasoline demand hit a ten-year low for the month of July.

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Wal-Mart Is Rolling Back Gas Prices for 4th of July Long Weekend

Wal-Mart is rolling back gas prices just in time for the Fourth of July driving weekend. The retailer is offering ten cents off a gallon at Wal-Mart and Murphy USA stations if purchased with a reloadable Wal-Mart gift card, MoneyCard or a Wal-Mart credit card.

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Car Buyers Willing To Pay For More Fuel Efficient Vehicles

With the recent recession and high fuel prices, car buyers are placing a higher priority on fuel efficiency. To save at the pump, buyers are willing to sacrifice purchase, price, amenities and size but not safety, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center.

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Buyers Shift to Small Cars Amid Skyrocketing Fuel Prices

Fuel prices are on the rise and car shoppers are reacting fast. With recent unrest in oil-producing nations causing one of the largest two-week spikes in oil prices in history, consumers are already adapting their buying habits according to a survey and report by Automotive News.

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