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Cheap Gas Stations Brookings SD

Filling up is causing American consumers escalating pain in the pocketbook, with average prices at the pump approaching $3 per gallon. The main reason for rising costs is the price of crude oil, followed by the cost of refining. If a gallon of gasoline costs $2.90, crude oil accounts for about $1.60. Refining costs add another 64 cents or so to a gallon of gasoline. Planning a trip to your favorite rv campground? Here are a few tips that will help you reach optimum rv fuel economy.

Schoons Pump n Pak
(605) 697-5700
202 Main Ave S
Brookings, SD
Services
Car Detailing,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Amoco Oil Skyview Junction
(605) 542-4961
21505 Sd Highway 13
Elkton, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

First American Mart
(605) 997-2870
1001 S Veterans Street
Flandreau, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Dutch Boy Car Wash
(605) 229-4131
801 N Highway 281
Aberdeen, SD
Services
Car Detailing,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Steel Wheel Campground
(605) 578-9767
21399 US Highway 385
Deadwood, SD
Services
Tire Balancing,Gas Stations

Cenex
(605) 542-5271
21695 Sd Highway 13
Elkton, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Dakota Stop
(605) 997-2235
101 W Pipestone Avenue
Flandreau, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Exxon Mobil
(605) 342-6150
1909 N Lacrosse St
Rapid City, SD
Services
24 Hour Pay at the Pump, Coffee, Cappuccino, Speedpass at Pump, Fountain Drinks, Speedpass at Register, Convenience Store, Cold Beverages, Chips, Hot Foods, Propane Exchange, Candy, Ice, Deli, Dairy, Maps, Bread, Air Tower, Eggs, Money Orders, Newspapers, Phone Cards, ATM, Major Credit Cards,
Gas Pump Hours
OPEN 24 HOURS
Convenience Hours
OPEN 24 HOURS

P JS Food Shop
(605) 662-5000
100 N 6th Avenue
Edgemont, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Total Stop Foods
(605) 449-4755
320 Sd Highway 262
Emery, SD
Services
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

How to Save Money on Gas

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How to Save Money on Gas for Your RV!

5 Ways to Get the Most Mileage Per Gallon Out of Your RV
Adam O’Connor

Filling up is causing American consumers escalating pain in the pocketbook, with average prices at the pump approaching $3 per gallon. The main reason for rising costs is the price of crude oil, followed by the cost of refining. If a gallon of gasoline costs $2.90, crude oil accounts for about $1.60. Refining costs add another 64 cents or so to a gallon of gasoline. Distribution and marketing costs account for about 11 cents per gallon, and taxes are about 55 cents per gallon. These prices are determined by the global market, which dictates how much people are willing to pay at any moment in time.

The spiraling cost of fuel is adversely affecting the uniquely American way to cruise the country – by recreational vehicle. RVer's love the ease of being able to drive their home anywhere they like and take pleasure in the amity that an RV campground offers. Getting an RV is an option you should consider if you want to drive extensively within the United States and are comfortable handling a big rig.

Considering how popular the RV lifestyle has become here are five ways to achieve the best RV fuel economy:

1. Find the gas station near where you camp that offers the cheapest gas and shop there first
2. Under-inflated tires require more energy to roll, so check your tire pressure
3. Prices usually rise on the weekend, so fill up on weekdays
4. Fill up at night: pumps deliver more gas when temperatures are lower
5. Fresh gas has more power than gas that may have become contaminated by just sitting there, so fill up at busy gas stations.

While we can’t do anything about the actual price of gasoline, we can do something about how often we need to buy it. Other tips for RV fuel economy include driving at steady speeds – you’re throwing energy away every time you hit your brakes, keeping your engine tuned – some mechanics estimate...

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