Sheetz gas prices reduced through travel season July 4

HAVE NOT LOOKED AT WEEKS. AVERAGE GAS PRICE TODAY OF $ 4.95 PER GALLON IN PENNSYLVANIA, A LITTLE ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. IN THE NEXT WEEK, SHEETZ PETROL STATIONS TRY TO LIST THE PAIN THAT COMES WITH EACH GAS PUMP SWIPE CREDIT CARD. >> I ACTUALLY BEEN SHOCKED BECAUSE I WAS ON THE WAY TO GET PETROL, AND I WENT TO THE GAS STATION, AND I SAW $ 3.99, AND I WAS LIKE, OH, OK, AMAZING. REPORTER: BLYFRI 88 AND E85, WHICH ARE FLEX FUEL, BOTH ARE MARKED DOWN. LEAD FREE 88 THANKED TO $ 3.99 AND E85 MARKED DOWN TO $ 3.49. >> THE GAS HAS REALLY GOED UP, AND I UNDERSTAND THAT THERE ARE MORE REASONS FOR IT, AND I CANNOT DO TOO MUCH WITH IT, BUT THIS LITTLE BREAK DEFINITELY HELPS. REPORTER: LEANNA SMAPSELL ALWAYS FILLS YOUR THOUGHT WITH FREE LEAD 88. >> IF YOUR CAR CAN DO IT, IT WILL DEFINITELY HELP. IT CAN BE ONE OF THESE YOU CAN ALSO GET BETTER GAS SILITAGE AS I DO. THE LITTLE BIT OF WHAT IT IS, A DOLLAR DIFFERENCE, WHICH STILL WILL HELP PER EVERY GALLON. REPORTS: MOST VEHICLES BUILT SINCE 2001 CAN TAKE A PREVIOUS 88, BUT E85, WHICH CONTAINS A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF ETHANOL, DOES NOT WORK FOR ALL VEHICLES. JIM GARRITY, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR AAA EAST CENTRAL, SAID IN A STATEMENT, “WHEN WEIGHTING OPTIONS, DO NOT PLACE ANYTHING IN YOUR THOUGHT WITHOUT RULEING THE USER MANUAL FIRST YEAR OUT TO BOOK. TA 88 AND I AM VERY LUCKY REPORTER: THESE MARKDOWNES WILL BE UNTIL JULY 4 AT SHEETZ, BUT DON’T REMEMBER ALL SHEETZ WHO CARRY AS A GAS TYPE. THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF $ 4.90 FOR A GALLON OF ORDINARY, AND HERE IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA IT WILL COST YOU.

Sheetz says it is lowering some gas prices for a limited time

Lead-free 88 will cost $ 3.99 per gallon; $ 3.49 for E85

Sheetz says that it lowers some of the gas prices for a limited period. The company announced Monday that it will charge $ 3.99 per gallon for the unleaded 88 and $ 3.49 per gallon for the E85, with immediate effect and continuing “through the July 4 holiday season.” “I was actually shocked because I was on my way to pick up gas, and I went to the gas station, and I saw $ 3.99, and I thought, ‘Oh, okay, great,'” Aaron Milne said. “Leanna Sampsell always fills her mind. with lead-free 88. “The gas has really gone up, and I understand that there are several reasons for it, and I can not do too much with it, but this little break definitely helps,” said Sampsell. It is important to make sure that your car is compatible with the lead-free 88 or E85 before you buy it. “When weighing your options, do not put anything in mind without consulting your user manual first,” said Jim Garrity, director of public affairs for AAA East Central. “Vehicles are designed to drive most efficiently with various mixtures of gas. “Lead-free 88 is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in vehicles of model year 2001 or later, as well as light trucks, SUVs, and flexible fuel vehicles, Sheetz said in its announcement. “E85 contains me ethanol (51% -83%) and is not compatible with all vehicles. It is designed specifically for ‘flexible fuel vehicles’ or FFVs, “the announcement states.” FFVs can use regular petrol (E10), E15 or E85. When available, the E85 is clearly designated as a different fuel type and should not be used in standard vehicles. “Drivers are advised to check the user manual to see if their vehicle can drive the E85.

Sheetz says they are lowering some gas prices for a limited time.

The company announced Monday that it will charge $ 3.99 per gallon for the unleaded 88 and $ 3.49 per gallon for the E85, with immediate effect and continuing “through the July 4 holiday season.”

“I was actually shocked because I was going to pick up gas, and I went to the gas station, and I saw $ 3.99, and I thought, ‘Oh, okay, great,'” Aaron Milne said.

Leanna Sampsell always fills the tank with unleaded 88.

“The gas has really gone up, and I understand that there are several reasons for that, and I can not do too much with it, but this little break definitely helps,” said Sampsell.

It is important to make sure your car is compatible with the lead-free 88 or E85 before you buy it.

“When weighing your options, do not think about it without first consulting your user guide,” said Jim Garrity, AAA East Central’s Director of Public Affairs. “Vehicles are designed to run most efficiently with different mixtures of gas.”

Lead-free 88 is approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency for use in cars for the 2001 model year or later, as well as light trucks, SUVs and flexible fuel vehicles, Sheetz said in its announcement.

“E85 contains more ethanol (51% -83%) and is not compatible with all vehicles. It is designed specifically for” flexible fuel vehicles “or FFVs,” the announcement said. “FFVs can use regular petrol (E10), E15 or E85. When available, E85 is clearly designated as a different fuel type and should not be used in standard vehicles.”

Drivers are advised to check the user manual to see if their vehicle can drive with the E85.