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by SHEP20715  Feb 01, 2014

Congratulations for being a gas buddy member for almost eight years. Earning 1.36 MM points and posting to help people save money on gas. May 2014 bring you and yours peace and joy. That is real commitment. Lets be buddies Thanks. Shep.

by SHEP20715  Dec 06, 2013

. Congratulations on earning 1.31 MM points .. I see the cons days BUG got you , like he gets most of us. I am on my way back also. Lets be buddies also. Thanks. Shep

by Sneakers55  May 24, 2013

>Tesoro 'owns' Southern California. Who owns Tesoro?< Tesoro is a US-based energy manufacturing company headquartered in San Antonio, Texas and traded publicly. Anyone who wants to go to a stockbroker can own their own part of Tesoro. There are two entities that own 5% or more of Tesoro. They are The Vanguard Group (an American mutual fund company based in Valley Forge, PA) and State Street Global Advisors (an American mutual fund company based in Boston, MA). Millions of people directly or indirectly own Tesoro. Unless you stuff your money in a mattress, you probably own Tesoro. Even Barack Obama owns part of Tesoro.

by SHEP20715  Apr 14, 2013

I agree Ford is good and so is your 430 Cons days on gas buddy.........Lets be gas buddies

by pliskin  Mar 30, 2013

Unfortunately I don't think we elected many watchdogs. Most simply seem to have returned to ordinary politicians not worth most of what we pay them, even though they are allowed to vote for their own raises.

by Ziggy1962  Mar 16, 2013

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by Lasing  Mar 15, 2013

She did not get a ticket for driving 2 under the limit, she got a ticket for refusing to move right and let others pass. In most states, it is the law to keep right except to pass. She was impeding traffic, and therefore a safety hazard.

by dopster  Jan 20, 2013

Congratulations on reaching 1,000,000 points! Great job!

by RochBear  Dec 17, 2012

There is some losses, every time you convert energy to another source. (First law of Thermal Dynamics). I do not know exactly how many KWhs of power it takes going into a battery, and then the next day, get 1 KWh of power out. (the units are the same, but it's more than 1:1) Although it's not too bad. The costs I read about earlier, take that into effect.

It also depends on the type of batteries used. Lith-ion, vs Lead acid, etc. Also as batteries age, they loose some efficiency too. But as an internal Combustion Engine ages, it also looses some efficiency too.

by RochBear  Dec 16, 2012

I have seen costs for using Electricity vs Gas. However, I do not have the link. But basically if you have a car which gets 30 MPG on gas, and gas is $3.00/gallon. The EV car would run the same number of miles for less than $1.00/gallon equivelant. And that's based on 10 cents/kwh electricity. I hope that helps

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