Gas Buddy (Free)-- Find the cheapest gas on the go for iphone, app and all mobile devices.
GasBuddy shows you a map with each station represented by an icon and price (For iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry)
Local Gas Prices (Free) -- Local Gas Prices provides the latest information for helping you save money at gas stations across the United States. You will find the cheapest prices in your local area for regular, plus, premium, and diesel grades. (For iPhone)
Cheap Gas (Free) -- Local Gas Prices provides the latest information for helping you save money at gas stations across the United States. You will find the cheapest prices in your local area for regular, plus, premium, and diesel grades. (For iPhone)
AAA TripTik Mobile (Free) -- Shows gas station locations and provides current fuel prices for road trips (For iPhone and Android)
Fuel Finder ($2.99) -- Helps you find the cheapest gas prices in the US and Canada. It lists gas stations based on price and distance. Has calculator to determine annual savings. (For iPhone)
Gas Prices Stories
We probably don't have to tell you this one: gas prices are on the rise and they show no sign of slowing down.
For now it appears Americans will have a few extra dollars in their pockets to spend this holiday season after gas prices have dropped, but how long will that last?
While gas is in short supply on the East Coast, demand for gasoline is down due to fewer drivers on the road after Superstorm Sandy, and analysts predict Sandy will push prices lower.
Gas prices are at their lowest levels since early August, and many are wondering if more relief is on the way.
Autumn gasoline prices are about to drop faster than fall foliage.
Gasoline prices could soon jump by as much as 15 cents a gallon along the West Coast and Northeast corridors, where motorists already are paying some of the nation's highest prices.
Gasoline prices rose for the seventh week straight, hitting an average $3.744 a gallon for self-serve regular in the government's weekly survey just released. That's up 2.3 cents since last Monday.
Gasoline prices are up sharply in the past month on surging crude oil costs and refinery woes, and now are likely to make 2012 the costliest year ever at the pump.
Some of the things you've heard about how to save gas just aren't true.
Gas prices continue to spiral downward, not long after everyone thought they were headed to $5 per gallon.
There's bad news and good news for economically battered drivers in auto club AAA's annual report on the cost of owning and operating a vehicle.
This year's surge in gasoline prices appears over, falling short of the record highs some had feared heading into peak summer driving season.