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  • drfife
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    Try this cool GasBuddy trip cost calculator feature:

    Trip Cost Calculator - Maximize Your Fuel Savings - GasBuddy.com

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  • Westwind
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    MSN/Gas

    I use the MSN website, under auto's they have a Gas site and if you put in the city or zip code it will give you p/gal cost at stations and a map so you can find the station.
    Great for planning the next days RV trip and fuel stops with the ability to locate the stations on a map.

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  • norty
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    One of the first apps I downloaded on the iphone was gas buddy. I save $$ every time by finding the lowest price to where I am.

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  • wingfoot
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    Gas Buddy

    Here is a site I use ofter..GasBuddy.com - Find Low Gas Prices in the USA and Canada
    plug in your or any town for the cheapest fuel prices and other information.

    Larry
    Last edited by wingfoot; 12-13-2013, 08:11 AM.

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  • Westwind
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    Flying J

    I used these stops are all off of I-95, used them in 2012 and 2013 while traveling to and from Florida, it was a good stop with room.

    2012 - Flying J, 2900 US Hwy 17 S., Brunswick, GA 31523

    2012 - Green Cedar Shell, 1973 Haddock RD, St. Mary, Georgia
    ( This one was not a truck stop so it was a bit of a challenge.)

    This one in 2013 Headed home.

    2013 - TA Travel Center #77, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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  • JEBar
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    info appreciated .... we will be passing through parts of Georgia and Alabama in a few weeks and will keep it in mind

    Jim

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  • AMERICANRASCAL
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    Better situation??

    I live in the western part of the state of Georgia and my experience is telling me that its far more economical to fuel up across the border in Alabama where prices are lower. If you can make it across the state line into Alabama you'll most likely find some real savings on fuel and a DOT willing to support the RV community.

    While I'd love to keep my motor fuel taxes in my home state of Georgia , I sense a growing disdain of the RV community by the Georgia Dept of Transportation as witnessed by their continual closing and lack of maintenance of DOT RV dump stations in welcome and rest areas(especially in Columbus GA). Alabama seems far more receptive and supportive of the RV community so I am a bit more eager to spend my motor fuel tax dollars at our neighbors in Alabama saving money and using their great RV facilities.

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  • amerfinn
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    Fuel

    Try this one. Just enter the city you are in.

    Jacksonville Gas Prices - Find Cheap Gas Prices in Florida

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  • BC Jim
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    Augusta

    Cheaper prices can be found across the river in North Augusta, SC. I went to Greg's Gas Plus on US-1. I can't recommend taking a large vehicle or trailer in here. There's an outside lane for diesel that is the only one that will work. I squeaked the truck into an inside lane. Very tight. Use GasBuddy.com to check current prices.

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  • JEBar
    started a topic Fueling Recommendations

    Fueling Recommendations

    The purpose of this thread is to provide folks with information on good places to buy fuel when traveling through areas we aren’t familiar with. If you know of any good or bad locations please post your comments. The types of info that might be helpful is exact location, big rig friendly ? , pumps available on both sides of vehicle ? , high speed pumps ? , open 24 hours ? , other services available ?

    Jim
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