50 gallons per month * 2 vehicles = 100 gallons.
At least 1 of us was prepared that day. I remember that conversation...Hey... That's pretty smart, use somebody ELSE's gas!
At least 1 of us was prepared that day. I remember that conversation...
Hey man, I brought some gas, you want to put it in?
Nah, I'm good, I have plenty of gas.
....about 5 minutes later......."####, what's wrong with my boat"
I'm thinking this would make the monthly payment for the Nissan Leaf sensible.I just totalled up my gas expenditures for the past few months. I'm sitting at $320/month average.
What do you guys spend at the gas pump?
Well, we had a POTUS who tried to address this problem. Went for some very unpopular, but needed, choices.And this is one of the major issues Bush and now Obama simply don't care enough to fix, the monthly drain right out of our pockets, the average folks. This and housing have been core problems for years now and neither party cares to fix either, as simple as the fixes are.
So, scanning the posts here, we're looking at somewhere around an average of $300 a month for gas. Half of that, at least, is flat out income transfer to other nations, most who are not our friends nor do much trade with us.
So, $150 a month times 12 months; $1,800 a year. That's after tax dollars.
Makes a big difference. Both of our work places are close to home so we normally spend just shy of $200 per month; however, that doesn't count extra trips, just the normal work commute and local stuff.$50.00 for me, $80.00 for the wife. It helps when you're living 4 miles from work.