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Old 05-16-2011, 11:14 PM
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If anyone in Nebraska and Colorado could give me an update to make a spreadsheet on cost/gallon would be greatly appreciated!
Please give Gas/deisil as well as E85

Planning a major road trip for July
I want to rent and RV but everyone else is barking at the gas mileage and cost.

There is 6 adults in a Chrysler minivan
Not to say anything bad about the inlaws vehicle, but this is an 11 day trip! Every day they planned to be in the car driving from one place to the next.



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If anyone in Nebraska and Colorado could give me an update to make a spreadsheet on cost/gallon would be greatly appreciated!
Please give Gas/deisil as well as E85

Planning a major road trip for July
I want to rent and RV but everyone else is barking at the gas mileage and cost.

There is 6 adults in a Chrysler minivan
Not to say anything bad about the inlaws vehicle, but this is an 11 day trip! Every day they planned to be in the car driving from one place to the next.



Thanks all!
I think you can check with AAA and get gas prices nation wide.
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We are $3.79 for E10 and $3.89 for non ethanol. Farther away from the Metro area will go up 10cents or so.
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not sure what part of Colorado you are going to I would assume up above 5000 feet right???, but try this site....my relatives live all around up there and it does very as you go west into the mountains. http://www.coloradogasprices.com/GasPriceSearch.aspx

I'd take a RV with all those peeps...holy chit that would be one long ride even if you get along with all of em really well
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If you have a smart phone download the "gas buddy" app. It will tell ya the prices and how recently it was updated at almost any location.
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If you have a smart phone download the "gas buddy" app. It will tell ya the prices and how recently it was updated at almost any location.
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If you have a smart phone download the "gas buddy" app. It will tell ya the prices and how recently it was updated at almost any location.
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Even if you don't have a Smartphone, Gas Buddy will give you more or less accurate fuel prices, based on whichever Zip Code/ City/ State you input.
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i use this for diesel prices to calculate fuel surcharges for my job.

http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/oog/info/wohdp/diesel.asp
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There is 6 adults in a Chrysler minivan
Not to say anything bad about the inlaws vehicle, but this is an 11 day trip! Every day they planned to be in the car driving from one place to the next.
How are you going to fit 6 adults with luggage in a minivan?
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X4 www.gasbuddy.com best road trip tool, i use it when i drive to Florida
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