Now that gasoline has jumped more than a half dollar a gallon, is there a station you've found in the Albany area that isn't as expensive as the others?
Let us know in the comments. Your neighbors will appreciate it.
The commute page on Albany Patch shows an array of prices around town. A cheap price can be difficult to find.
In California, gasoline prices have risen 57 cents per gallon the past month to an average of $4.22 for a gallon of regular unleaded.
In the East Bay, gas prices have increased 58 cents the past month to $4.15 for a gallon of unleaded regular. That price is up 16 cents in the past week.
Why have gasoline prices risen so sharply? Is it seasonal? Is it supply and demand? Is it manufactured? Here's one blogger's opinion. Give us your thoughts in the comments section.