Toronto's gas predictions website?
All searches lead back to gasbuddy.com but that's not the website I was at before ....
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Thanks, I don't go on FB so I didn't know. Yes, the previous website was my favorite
Jun 4th, 2016 3:20 am
Here's a gas tip for everyone:
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Jun 4th, 2016 3:07 pm
LOL what? What would that get them? (I.e. what benefit would it give someone to do something like that?) Are these shills for a gas station or something? Because the demand for gasoline is so straight-line, there's really little to be gained in doing something like that. The vast majority of people don't go to gas stations based on what's 2-3c cheaper. Some people do, sure, but most just go to what's convenient or whatever happens to be close by when their vehicle is near empty. There's really not much business to be gained by spoofing numbers on gasbuddy, and basically all it takes is someone else updating after the alleged "fake price" is listed to change it.
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Jun 6th, 2016 9:04 am
I did no understand all your strategy, so let me ask you... are you sayin' that you would "drive around at different times of the day" and then drive 20 minutes just to get cheaper gas?ES_Revenge wrote: ↑You can easily predict your own gas prices. Drive around at different times of the day and note the gas prices, know the areas closest to you where gas is cheaper.
First off, certain areas of the GTA always have lower gas prices (like 4-8c cheaper!) than anywhere else. A certain area of Oshawa for example, north western Brampton another. There are probably others. Not sure why but always cheaper in those "special" areas--maybe politicians of petroleum execs live there? lol
Gas prices are typically 2-3c cheaper at night--like 11pm-4am, in my area anyway.
Certain days of the week always have cheaper gas prices. Again in my area it's usually Thursdays.
Combine your above observations. For where I live it comes down to either getting gas on Thursday nights after 11 or so, or driving 20 minutes to the other side of Brampton (usually I go with the former unless I have to go the other way for other reasons).
Jun 6th, 2016 9:26 am
i mean one would typically drive around their neighborhood at different times of the day in regular day to day life anyway.motomondo wrote: ↑I did no understand all your strategy, so let me ask you... are you sayin' that you would "drive around at different times of the day" and then drive 20 minutes just to get cheaper gas?
It sounds like you are putting too much time, effort, and fuel into this! Are you actually saving anything?
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