• i dont drive, its cheaper that way
Busses are cheap.
• none...the 2-5 cents you might save on a full tank may amount to 20-50 cents.
• 1 mile
• Depends on how much cheaper. Even if it's .25 cents a gallon cheaper, that only comes to a \$2.50 savings if you buy 10 gallons. Most of the time it isn't that much cheaper in an area .
• 1 mile
• Not more than it cost. That is to say: I'd calculate the cost of the extra driving and if I were not still saving a decent amount of money I would just get it at the more convenient station. Saves time to do that, so it would HAVE to save me money for me to go to the less convenient station.
• 1. Varies by country here, and I'm near the county line. Drops by about 45-cents per gallon when you cross over. 2. 2nd car is electric and uses no gas, and has a 300+mile range. Love that!
• none waste of time going out of my way to save \$5.
• None
• that defeats the purpose doesn't it? besides, with Biden making us dependent on foreign oil again, we'll be lucky if we can FIND gas!
• 1 mile...after that, there is no real savings.
• none since you will waste the gas that you want to save and the price is often a few pennies a gallon different