Gas prices add fuel to the fire
I have only been driving for seven and a half years, but during that time I have seen price at the pump do crazy things in my short experience driving.
During that time I have had two vehicles, both cars, both capable of saving me some gas money compared to less gas-friendly options that are out there. And even though I am not paying $80 every time I fill up my car, I am still being hurt by the constant rising prices of gas.
On Monday, the price of gas rose for the 20th straight day, pushing the national average around $3.70 a gallon, and the quest toward $4 a gallon seems to be getting closer and closer to reality.