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Find Cheaper Gas on MSN

The price of gasoline just seems to be going up and up and up, but there are online tools to help you find the lowest prices in your area. One of these tools is available right from MSN Auto. On the gas prices page, MSN Auto displays the prices for gas in your zip code by using data that is updated daily via the Oil Pricing Information Service (OPIS). More than 90,000 stations across the country are covered so you can find the best prices. (via Click)

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  • quikboyquikboy

    Is on10 becoming an ad now? As much as I have a good liking for MS, MSN Autos isn't one of them.

    The gas prices feature on MSN Autos is SLOW. Sometimes I don't even think they're pretty accurate. Also, why don't they utilize Live Maps instead of the archaic MapPoint? This is another example of how MS is so slow in updating their content and services like MSN.

    Why should I use this when there's far other better sites?

  • quikboyquikboy

    Is on10 becoming an ad now? As much as I have a good liking for MS, MSN Autos isn't one of them.

    The gas prices feature on MSN Autos is SLOW. Sometimes I don't even think they're pretty accurate. Also, why don't they utilize Live Maps instead of the archaic MapPoint? This is another example of how MS is so slow in updating their content and services like MSN.

    Why should I use this when there's far other better sites?

  • quikboyquikboy

    Is on10 becoming an ad now? As much as I have a good liking for MS, MSN Autos isn't one of them.

    The gas prices feature on MSN Autos is SLOW. Sometimes I don't even think they're pretty accurate. Also, why don't they utilize Live Maps instead of the archaic MapPoint? This is another example of how MS is so slow in updating their content and services like MSN.

    Why should I use this when there's far other better sites?

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