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Local Gas Prices for Ashe
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$3.17

Wilcohess, 328 E Second St, West Jefferson

September 17, 2014

kooky

$3.08

teds market

September 07, 2014

underdog2

$3.22

Wilcohess, 328 E Second St, West Jefferson

September 03, 2014

kooky

$3.21

Wilcohess, 328 E Second St, West Jefferson

August 20, 2014

kooky

$3.17

Murphy Usa, 1149 Mount Jefferson Rd, West Jeffers

August 06, 2014

100%volunteer_firefighter

$3.28

Wilcohess, 328 E Second St, West Jefferson

July 23, 2014

kooky

$3.34

Wilcohess, 328 E Second St, West Jefferson

July 14, 2014

kooky

$3.36

Murphy Usa, 1149 Mount Jefferson Rd, West Jeffers

July 05, 2014

kooky

$3.42

Citgo, 12295 Hwy 88 W, Creston

June 25, 2014

kooky

$3.39

STATE LINE grassy creek

June 12, 2014

stateline


Annual Trend

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Gas Saving Tips

Don't Top Off Your Gas Tank!

Help protect the environment, and save money!

  • Do you top off your gas tank and overfill it?
  • When the gas pump nozzle clicks off automatically, do you add a little more gas to round off your dollar sale?
  • Topping off your gas tank is bad for the environment and your wallet.

Here's why:

  1. Topping off the gas tank can result in your paying for gasoline that is fed back into the station's tanks because your gas tank is full. The gas nozzle automatically clicks off when your gas tank is full. In areas of ozone nonattainment, gas station pumps are equipped with vapor recovery systems that feed back gas vapors into their tanks to prevent vapors from escaping into the air and contributing to air pollution. Any additional gas you try to pump into your tank may be drawn into the vapor line and fed back into the station's storage tanks.
  2. You need extra room in your gas tank to allow the gasoline to expand. If you top off your tank, the extra gas may evaporate into your vehicle's vapor collection system. That system may become fouled and will not work properly causing your vehicle to run poorly and have high gas emissions.
  3. Gasoline vapors are harmful to breathe. Gasoline vapors contribute to bad ozone days and are a source of toxic air pollutants such as benzene. Evaporation from the spillage of gas from overfilling can occur, contributing to the air pollution problem. Remember you pay for the gas that evaporates or is spilled on the ground.
  4. Topping off your gas tank may foul the station's vapor recovery system. Adding more gas after the nozzle has automatically shut off can cause the station's vapor recovery system to operate improperly. This contributes to the air pollution problem and may cause the gas pump to fail to work for the next person.

Information courtesy of the EPA:
www.epa.gov/donttopoff/


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