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Robert from Massachusetts posted about 1 year ago:

I use GasBuddy iOs on my iPhone, as a companion app to TomTom (paid $$).

My only criticism, and not really the fault of GasBuddy, is that some of the "low price leader" gas stations also sell E85 (for multi-fuel enabld vehicles), and it tends to be listed as "Regular", and in Mid-east coast Florida ran about 15 cents a gallon lower than the "real" Regular (87 Octane E90), giving a false impression of it being the "lowest" price around, and it is often not the case at all.

Perhaps if GasBuddy would add the additional fuel (E85), perhaps this would resolve this issue.


Michael from Illinois posted about 1 year ago:

I think this is a great app. I use it all of the time. Some common sense is necessary. An individual gas price that is too good to be true is either E-85 or has not been entered correctly. I have seen both.


MK from Massachusetts posted about 1 year ago:

In my area, I have found purposefully entered misinformation. I assume it gives these "thrill seekers" a rush from the points they accumulate, but it is incredibly irritating to go by a station, see the price, go to enter them online and see that someone has just entered prices for a station that are 5-10 cents off for every pump at that station.


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