Ford said Friday that its new aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup will get up to 26 mpg on the highway, making it the most fuel efficient gas-powered full-size pickup.
PECO is continuing it’s investigation into the cause of a gas odor reported in several nearby counties.
Fire officials say they don’t know — and may never know — how the gasoline got into the groundwater.
By Jim Donovan: Although the national average price of gas has remained relatively steady as we approach the Independence Day holiday, prices at the pump remain at a six-year high for this time of year. […]
Northern Lancaster County Regional police said an officer was sent to assist 29-year-old Antonio Graves when he ran out of gas in Lititz on Monday.
Buying a car has come a long way from Henry Ford’s famous statement that a customer could have any color desired, as long as it was black.
Options at the gas pump are expanding and while you’re probably careful about what you put in your vehicle’s gas tank you’ll want to watch what you’re filling up leaf blowers and eventually snow blowers with too.
At these prices, buying gas is like filling your tank with tall lattes.
Do you consider gas mileage when buying a new car? Well, if you bought a Kia or Hyundai over the past few years, what you expected to get in mileage and what you’ll actually get may be two different things.
New Jersey will move to an odd-even gas rationing system in 12 counties at noon on Saturday.
On Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie announced that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued subpoenas to 65 businesses across the state for Sandy-related price gouging.
Gov. Chris Christie says motorists frustrated by long gas lines in northern New Jersey might want to head to South Jersey.
Several homes were damaged and evacuations were ordered after a gas explosion in Lehigh County Thursday morning.
As gas prices continue to rise, a few cents at the pump can add up pretty quickly. FuelSmart uses gas price databases to show you current prices at stations near you.
Week after week, month after month, drivers have been feeling pain at the pump. Spring is usually a time where we get some relief from high gas prices, but not this year. And who knows what the summer will hold!