Sheetz lowers some gas prices for a limited time

HAS NOT SEEN FOR WEEKS. GAS PRICE TODAY AVERAGE ABOUT $4.95 PER GALLON IN PENNSYLVANIA, SLIGHTLY ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. FOR NEXT WEEK, SHEETZ GAS STATIONS TRY TO RELIEVE THE PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH EVERY GAS PUMP SLIP CREDIT CARD. >> I WAS REALLY SHOCKED BECAUSE I WAS ON THE WAY TO GETTING GAS, AND I WENT TO THE GAS STATION, AND I SAW $3.99, AND I WAS LIKE, OH, OK, AWESOME. REPORTER: UNLEADED 88 AND E85, WHICH IS A FLEXIBLE FUEL, ARE BOTH MARKED. UNLEADED 88 DROPS TO $3.99 AND E85 TO $3.49. >> THE GAS HAS REALLY RISED, AND I UNDERSTAND THERE ARE SEVERAL REASONS FOR THIS, AND I CAN’T OVERLOOK, BUT THIS LITTLE BREAK DEFINITELY HELPS. REPORTER: LEANNA SMAPSELL ALWAYS FILL HER TANK WITH 88 UNLEADED. >> IF YOUR CAR CAN TAKE IT, IT WILL DEFINITELY HELP YOU. IT COULD BE ONE OF THE ONE YOU EVEN GET A BETTER GAS MILEAGE LIKE I DO. THAT LITTLE OF WHAT IS THERE, A DOLLAR DIFFERENCE, WHICH WILL ALWAYS HELP BY EVERY GALLON. REPORTER: MOST VEHICLES BUILT SINCE 2001 CAN USE UNLEADED 88, BUT E85, WHICH CONTAINS A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF ETHANOL, DOES NOT WORK FOR ALL VEHICLES. JIM GARRITY, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FOR AAA EAST CENTRAL, SAID IN A STATEMENT: “WHEN WEIGHING THE OPTIONS, DO NOT PUT ANYTHING IN YOUR TANK WITHOUT CONSULTATING THE OWNER’S MANUAL FIRST. VEHICLES ARE DESIGNED TO WORK MOST EFFICIENTLY WITH DIFFERENT GAS BLENDS.>> I JUST DISCOVERED LAST YEAR, SO MY CAR COULD TAKE 88 AND I AM VERY LUCKY.REPORTER: THESE MARKS LAST UNTIL JULY 4TH AT SHEETZ, BUT KEEP IN TOUCH MIND NOT ALL SHEETZS CARRY THESE TYPES OF GAS. MIKE: AT THIS TIME THE PENNSYLVANIA AVERAGE FOR A REGULAR GALLON OF GAS IS $4.96. THAT’S HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF $4.90 FOR A GALLON OF REGULAR GAS.AND HERE IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA IT WILL COST YOU AN AVERAGE

Sheetz says he’s lowering some gas prices for a limited time

Unleaded 88 will cost $3.99 per gallon; $3.49 for E85

Sheetz says he is lowering some of his gas prices for a limited time. “I was actually shocked because I was about to get gas, and I went to the gas station, and I saw $3.99, and I was like, ‘ “Oh, okay, great,” Aaron Milne said. Leanna Sampsell has always filled her tank with 88 unleaded. “The gas has really gone up, and I understand there are a number of reasons for that, and I can’t overdo it, but that little break definitely helps,” Sampsell said. Make sure your car is compatible with 88 or E85 unleaded before purchasing. “When weighing your options, don’t put anything in your tank without first consulting your owner’s manual,” said Jim Garrity, director of public affairs for AAA East Central. “Vehicles are designed to run more efficiently with different gas mixtures.” Unleaded 88 is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in 2001 or newer model year vehicles, as well as light trucks, SUVs and flex-fuel vehicles, Sheetz said. in his ad. “E85 contains more ethanol (51% to 83%) and is not compatible with all vehicles. It is designed specifically for ‘Flexible Fuel Vehicles’ or FFVs,” the ad states. FFVs can use regular gasoline (E10), E15 or E85. Where available, E85 is clearly designated as a different type of fuel and should not be used in standard vehicles.” Drivers are urged to consult their owner’s manual to see if their vehicle is capable of running on E85.

Sheetz says he is lowering some of his gas prices for a limited time.

The company announced on Monday that it will charge $3.99 per gallon for 88 unleaded and $3.49 per gallon for E85, effective immediately and continuing “until the July 4 holiday season.” .

“I was actually shocked because I was going to get gas, and I went to the gas station, and I saw $3.99, and I was like, ‘Oh, okay , awesome,'” Aaron Milne said.

Leanna Sampsell is always stocking up on 88 unleaded.

“The gas has really increased, and I understand there are a number of reasons for that, and I can’t overdo it, but this little break is really helping,” Sampsell said.

It’s important to make sure your car is compatible with 88 or E85 unleaded before purchasing.

“When weighing your options, don’t put anything in your tank without first consulting your owner’s manual,” said Jim Garrity, director of public affairs for AAA East Central. “Vehicles are designed to run more efficiently with different gas mixtures.”

Unleaded 88 is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in 2001 or newer model year vehicles, as well as light trucks, SUVs and flex-fuel vehicles, Sheetz said. in his ad.

“E85 contains more ethanol (51% to 83%) and is not compatible with all vehicles. It is designed specifically for ‘Flexible Fuel Vehicles’ or FFVs,” the ad states. “FFVs can use regular gasoline (E10), E15 or E85. Where available, E85 is clearly designated as a different type of fuel and should not be used in standard vehicles.”

Drivers are advised to check their owner’s manual to see if their vehicle is capable of running on E85.

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