Declining Fuel Costs

Rising gas price - Picture of rising gas prices on a gas station sign.
United States
January 21, 2007 5:46pm CST
Currently, everyone is seeing gas prices below $2.00/gal. Will fuel costs continue to decline or will we see rising fuel costs again?
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4 responses
@sunshinecup (7882)
21 Jan 07
I wouldn't hold my breath. First time the weather turns bad or somthing like that, the prices will go right back up again. They look for any reason they can to keep raising them. I am just filling up, but continue to watch how much we drive. Until the US has a new president, one not such good buddies with the oil companies, I not expecting gas to stay down.
@doniker (493)
• United States
22 Jan 07
I'm not defending Bush, but if he was such a "good buddy" with the oil companies wouldn't he try to make himself look good and have the prices be lower? Your comment makes no sense.
@carolscash (9504)
• United States
18 Sep 08
Well, I am not sure of how I came across this discussion but it says that it was started two years ago and as we all know now, gas prices did not continue to decline. I would love to see gas at $2.00 a gallon right now. Instead of the $4.15 a galllon that we have now.
@doniker (493)
• United States
21 Jan 07
hard to say. prices usually go up in the summer because more people drive during the warmer weather. I work 5 minutes from my house and don't drive much at all....I fill up my little 1996 Toyota once a month so the high prices really don't hurt me these days.
• United States
21 Jan 07
with the first major news event they will most certainly mark up the prices