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Do you guys have anywhere to get 100% gas out there?


We have E85 in some locations and pretty much all is blended. Sonoma Raceway has Sunoco and some Sac Valley areas sell it too.


Gotcha. Just wondered but have never been there. 100% is all I run in everything I own that uses gasoline but it is easy to get around here. I just hate what the ethanol does to things. 100% is about .40 cents higher.

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Last I checked 100% gas here which is 91 octane I believe was 4.20 a gallon and regular 87 octane with ethanol was 2.89 a gallon. Wish it was only 40 cents more.
 
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Do you guys have anywhere to get 100% gas out there?


We have E85 in some locations and pretty much all is blended. Sonoma Raceway has Sunoco and some Sac Valley areas sell it too.


Gotcha. Just wondered but have never been there. 100% is all I run in everything I own that uses gasoline but it is easy to get around here. I just hate what the ethanol does to things. 100% is about .40 cents higher.

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Last I checked 100% gas here which is 91 octane I believe was 4.20 a gallon and regular 87 octane with ethanol was 2.89 a gallon. Wish it was only 40 cents more.


Holy C R A P!! $4.20 is crazy. $2.61 as of yesterday afternoon for 100%



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$.19 extra in Illinois Tuesday for paying for things our state cannot afford. Terrific!


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Just paid $2.34 a few min ago here in central NC
 
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Ohio gas tax goes up 10.5 cents (19 cents for diesel) on Monday under our so-called "Republican" governor.


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So when I went to fill up today it was $2.35.......


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...under our so-called "Republican" governor.

He's a politician first, everything else is negotiable. No black or white, just shades of gray, depends on which way the wind blows on a given day.


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Guess we are in the middle to upper end. $3.35 for regular and $4.50 for the 100% good stuff.
Over in the valley on I-5 regular is $2.95.
 
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Where else are the California Politicians going to get the money to cover the health care, welfare and other free give away programs for the Illegal Emigrants? You didn't think they would cut their lucrative pay did ya?

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Where else are the California Politicians going to get the money to cover the health care, welfare and other free give away programs for the Illegal Emigrants? You didn't think they would cut their lucrative pay did ya?

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.50 jump here in NC in past week.But nothing like Cali.




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Where else are the California Politicians going to get the money to cover the health care, welfare and other free give away programs for the Illegal Emigrants? You didn't think they would cut their lucrative pay did ya?

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Bob, that tax hike would have to be 3X that to pay what California Politicians want. You need to get out of there soon....


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I agree Nick, they will never stop raising the gas tax and the vehicle registration fees. This year my wife and I are traveling around the country looking at other places to live, so far New Bern, North Carolina and Madison, Mississippi have been the best "Fit". Mississippi was a real surprise, not at all what I expected.

As soon as they repeal Prop 13 and our property taxes triple we would be forced to move. The Property Tax alone would be more than 1/2 my total yearly income. I'm certain that the California Politicians would exempt themselves and their Families, that's standard "Business" in California.

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This year my wife and I are traveling around the country looking at other places to live...

Congratulations. That's a tough pill to swallow but becoming more and more a necessity. Of course, younger people are often tethered by their job but even that is going to have to be on-the-table as America becomes more like Europe.


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Bob, consider Bend, Oregon. They won't repeal Prop 13 on residential but they might on commercial.


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We may be "In the Wrong Lane" Larry, all I see is a bunch of wealthy liberal Politicians tryin' to run over us.

When it's all over, the wealthy Liberals will have a field of poor immigrants begging to cut their lawns. California will be a "two class State", the wealthy and the extremely poor.

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Bob, you are welcome to store your belongings on our property after you sell.
 
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My brother is selling out in Thousand Oaks and heading for Texas. Been there about 30 years and finally had enough.
Chris Mcbride I got regular today for $2.17 in NC
 
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Bob, you are welcome to store your belongings on our property after you sell.


Chuck'o you got your two cars sold?


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