In the last month, the price at the pump across the state has dipped more than a dime in some areas.
Miami-Dade police have made one arrest and are still searching for another suspect in a large fuel theft at a South Florida gas station.
Motorists increasingly desperate for a fill-up fumed in long lines at gas stations and screamed at each other Friday as fuel shortages in Superstorm Sandy’s wake spread across the metropolitan area.
New regulations for fuel economy will save families up to $7,400 over the life of a vehicle, according to the Obama administration.
She urges Floridians to report any suspected price gouging during this declared State of Emergency.
An agreement was reached Thursday between FPL and key customer advocacy groups.
Because fuel costs are expected to go down in 2013, so consumers should not see higher bills. However, outside factors could push fuel prices up, meaning the new rates would impact wallets.
The Miami-Dade School District says that by adding 255 new buses this fall, it will save money. That’s right: save money. But the benefits extend beyond savings.
Florida gas prices are averaging their lowest prices this year, at $3.19 a gallon and while it’s not throwing many travel plans off, it’s making for a slower work-week
If you’ve tapped out your holiday weekend budget stocking up on beer and burgers for that Memorial Day bash, you can feel good about one thing; it cost you less to get to the supermarket this holiday, and if you plan to travel to someone else’s party, you’ll save at the pump.