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Where can you view gasoline price charts?

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GasBuddy.com displays the average retail gas prices across the nation or in specific regions and lets users view gas trends for different time periods. GasBuddy includes a heat map of national prices, while AAA's FuelGuageReport.com gives the nation's daily average price and analyzes cost trends.

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While gasoline prices saw a slight rise mid-year in 2015, prices have been quickly declining since August. The cost of a gallon of gasoline in mid-September of 2015 is almost $1 less than it was in September of 2014.

GasBuddy is available for download to mobile devices to help drivers find the cheapest gas prices in their region. Drivers can type in a city or ZIP code to find the cost of a gallon of gas at nearby gas stations.

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