Shave Decimals Off The Gallon With MSN Autos

Neither the winged seraphs in heaven nor the demons down under the sea can ever dissever my soul from the soul of Lifehacker’s Gina Trapani. She points us to this excellent review of the many gas price aggregators such as GasBuddy.com, AAA”s Fuel Price Finder, GasPriceWatch and MSN’s Gas Prices.

So which site will help you find the cheapest tank of petrol in your area? Surprisingly, it’s MSN’s Gas Prices. There’s an interactive map, they rank prices in order of least to most expensive and they seem to have the most data.

A good site to check before you’re forced to turn a trick on the trunk of your car with an attendant named Biff because you can’t afford to feed the belly of your vehicle’s omnivorous, crude-sucking maw.

Best gas price comparison: MSN Autos [Lifehacker]

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  1. JMC says:

    Pfft. Back when prices were going totally haywire up in the $4.00+ range, I tried using this site to find deals. It only updated once every few days or so, which made it utterly useless, as stations were changing their prices up or down 20 or more cents every day. Perhaps this service is useful if it helps you find some extra-cheap no-name station that you didn’t know about, but it’s hardly a true deal-finder.