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  1. #14
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    Washington Co., Ia.......$1.99


    We raised our per mile rate the last time it was high and never lowered it so we're ok
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  2. #15
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    southern illinois $1.98 and i just put a 350 long block in this old service truck i got last year......put 40 bucks in yesterday and got about 3/4 tank of gas.....haven't checked my mileage on it yet but doesn't seem to be too bad....maybe uncle sam will give us break on mileage rate come tax-time?i work with program that covers 7 county area,alot of area to cover at these prices of gas.....i think i heard the other day this is the highest gas has ever been ever...and with marlboro lights at 4.50 a pack and a loaf of bread at 1.49...a case of beer at 20.00 bucks and 2 liter of soda-pop at 1.39 and bologna at 2.00 a pound and a bag of chips at 1.79 and sheetmetal at 18.00 a sheet and flex at13.00 a box....i can't go to mcdonald's for less than 5.00 and wal-mart always gets 100.00 out of me......and so on and so on and so on

  3. #16
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    2.09-2.49 in Naples, Fla

  4. #17
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    $1.89 in Beaufort, we raised our service call to $ 10.00 to cover it.

  5. #18
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    you only charge 10 for a service call?

  6. #19
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    $1.97 in Melbourne, Florida.
    We've been doing so much,for so long,with so little, that now we can do almost anything, with nothing at all.

  7. #20
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    2.03- 2.07. Bennington Vt. I expect this to go down now that the holiday is over. We are a tourist town and the crowds are on the way home after the holiday.

  8. #21
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    oops raised it 10 to 75.00

  9. #22
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    2.19 here in Michigan. Sheeesh.
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    Next up... Runaway inflation.
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    Midwest Illinois $1.96, finally forced me to replace the oxygen sensor in my car, went from 16 mpg to 25 mpg....

  12. #25
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    Originally posted by senior tech
    Midwest Illinois $1.96, finally forced me to replace the oxygen sensor in my car, went from 16 mpg to 25 mpg....
    Lol, runnin a lil rich were ya?


    $1.99 for the cheap stuff here...

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  13. #26
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    South of Fort Worth, unleaded 1.98, diesel 1.61 sure glad I keep my diesel service truck..

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