The federal government is cautioning motorists to prepare for sticker shock at the pump.
Yes, they're going to get worse. Gas is expected to exceed $4 a gallon this summer.
On the other hand, they're paying a lot more in California and Great Britain, or maybe even across town.
No sense in getting held up at the pump when we can hold the line through good habits and common sense.
The jolt from rapidly rising gas prices has once-burned Americans stampeding back toward fuel-efficient vehicles.
Were you swearing under your breath at the pumps in 2008? Here's why it'll be easier to handle if prices soar again (and they probably will).
What's a 10-minute spin going to tell you about the car? Here's a better suggestion.
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