Rising gas prices getting closer to $6 across Southern California

Gas prices in Southern California have been on a steady rise after easing up over the summer. Prices in California had reached a record high of $6.44 on June 14.

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JosephusLloydShaw
JosephusLloydShaw
702 · 13 days ago · Reddit

remember when gas prices finally started dropping a couple months ago? that was cool

mickeyanonymousse
mickeyanonymousse
390 · 13 days ago · Reddit

nobody wants to admit this but gas prices are actually never going back “down” to what they were before the pandemic started. buckle up.

MikkaTasala
MikkaTasala
359 · 13 days ago · Reddit

fuck oil and gas company for doing this. greedy mofos

SevPanda
SevPanda
35 · 13 days ago · Reddit

Hey LA invest in some public transportation. Add 5k more buses and additional routes you won’t be that concerned with Oil/​Gas prices

dolyez
dolyez
29 · 13 days ago · Reddit

If you are thinking about ditching your car and going with a bike or ebike, I did that this year and can highly recommend it. Depending on where you live and what your commute is like, it may be way more achievable than you think.

I currently have an ebike I use for commuting and grocery pickup, and a regular bike I use for shorter trips or for fun. The ebike helps me hit 20 MPH while pedaling and completes my commute in the same amount of time as my car did—partially because I no longer have to park. I live in an area with useful bike paths and wider, low-speed roads so it hasn’t been particularly dangerous for me either. And new bike lanes are going up all the time in LA!

If you are looking for tips about how to change things so you can live without a car, I recommend r/​bikela r/​bikecommuting and if you’re looking at ebikes r/​ebikes — r/​carindependentla is also a good one for info about non-car infrastructure in the city

TeenyTinyScientist
TeenyTinyScientist
24 · 13 days ago · Reddit

Gas will never be cheap again. We've been ringing this alarm for 20 years, please figure out what you need to do and start doing it.

The political challenges, the smog, the increasing existential threat from global warming, the largely ignored but severe health and developmental effects of air pollution - those hidden costs are going to surface. You've had so much lead time.

cafeconmichael
cafeconmichael
12 · 13 days ago · Reddit

Once the reserves stop come late October mid September. 7 bucks Easily