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Once you've bought your car, you can find the cheapest fuel prices with help from the iGasUp app from Oil Price Information Service based in Gaithersburg, Md. It lets users locate stations that sell inexpensive gas in their geographical areas.

The app allows consumers to search for gas or diesel prices, and typically shows 10 stations at a time. The app also provides directions and the distance to each station.

The iGasUp app is available for the iPhone, and the current price for one year of usage is $2.99. Annual renewal fees apply.


 

 

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