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!
Check out these tips from EcoMedia on how to save energy on the road, which in turn could help you spend less on gas.
A defective heater sent an odor of natural gas through a home in Montgomery County Sunday morning.
How low will they go? Gasoline prices in the area remain stable or as in the case in South Jersey appearing to be falling.
Delaware State Police are investigating the robbery of a BP gas station in New Castle.
A woman and her dog were killed Friday following an apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in an Abington home, according to police.
Police in Bucks County are trying to figure out who drilled holes in the gas tank of a truck parked in a mall parking lot.
The EPA approves E15 as it’s called for model year 2001 cars or newer, but there are a lot of older ones still on the road.
Motorists continue to see lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey, even though the national average is up slightly for the first time in eight weeks.
Five states already have gas prices above $4 per gallon, and New York could join them early next week.
Is the high price at the gas pump giving you sticker shock? Despite economic concerns, SUV sales are thriving. So what’s a penny-wise driver to do? 3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice on how to find models with the best mileage.
These days there’s an app for everything and Rick Remington with AAA says nowadays, there’s an application for your smart phone that helps you find the best deal on gas.
Everywhere you turn gas prices are going up, up and up! With no end in sight, some drivers are heading online to Gas Buddy, AAA’s Fuel Finder, and MapQuest.
The agency that oversees water quality in the four-state Delaware River basin says it will give people more time to submit written comments on proposed regulations for natural gas drilling.