How Far Can One Drive On $50 Of Gas? Pretty Darn FarWith gasoline prices plummeting in the Chicago area, how far can you go with $50 in your pocket?
Gas Prices Continue To Drop; Chicago Still Below National AverageWith crude oil prices down again on Monday, gas prices at the pump likely will continue dropping.
Motorists Loving Low Gas Prices, But Economic Impact Not All PositiveDrivers are enjoying some of the lowest prices at the pump in years, but as CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports it comes at a price.
Gas Prices Could Soon Go Back UpWith gas prices at lows we haven’t seen in seven years, one analyst said drivers should buy now, because prices are likely to go back up soon.
Chicago Gas Prices Drop Below National AverageWhile motorists around Chicago are well aware of plummeting gasoline prices, the average cost of a gallon of petrol is actually below the national average.
Chicago Gas Prices Likely To Drop Even FurtherGas prices have been steadily declining in Chicago for the past few weeks, reaching the lowest levels seen in years, and one industry expert said the bottom will continue to drop.
Drivers In Western Suburbs Enjoying Low Gas PricesThe average price of a gallon has fallen about 11 cents in the last week and drivers are loving it.
Falling Gas Prices Make For Record Number Of Holiday TravelersTriple A declares this year's to be the busiest holiday for travel ever.
How Low Could Gasoline Go? Less Than $1.50 Per Gallon In 'Burbs, Expert SaysChicago cab driver Tony Liauppa is doing well these days.
Chicago Area Gas Prices Continue Downward TrendEven with crude oil prices inching up a bit on Wednesday, Chicago area gas prices have been tumbling.
Gas Prices Plunge As BP Refinery Goes Back OnlineRepairs at BP's Whiting, Ind., refinery sent gas prices plunging last week across Chicago and nationwide, the biggest single-week drop this year.
Broken BP Refinery Unit Reopens, Falling Gas Prices Should Drop Even MorePatrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, said Chicago area drivers can expect to see prices fall by up to 50 cents in the next couple weeks, after BP confirmed it has reopened the crude distillation unit that went offline on Aug. 8.