Sheetz lowers gas prices to $3.99 a gallon through July 4 weekend to help drivers save money: Sheetz is helping drivers save money at the pump by lowering the prices of two different types of petrol in celebration of the Fourth of July holiday.
According to a news release issued by the corporation, the chain of convenience stores has begun charging $3.99 per gallon for Unleaded 88 and $3.49 per gallon for E85. These price increases are effective immediately. This offer is valid for a short time only and will end on July 4th.
According to the information provided in the announcement, unleaded 88 can be utilized in light-duty trucks, SUVs, and flex-fuel vehicles in addition to cars with model years 2001 or later. E85 is a fuel that was developed specifically for use in vehicles that are able to utilize a variety of fuels; therefore, drivers should consult the manual that came with their vehicle to see whether or not they can use E85.
Before putting gasoline in their vehicles, drivers are advised by Patrick De Haan, who is the head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, to verify the owner’s manuals of their vehicles.
According to him, the vast majority of vehicles won’t have any issues even if the fuel contains up to 15 percent ethanol, and if that’s OK with you, then go for it.
On Tuesday, the price per gallon averaged out to be $4.88 across the nation. This is a decrease from the previous high on June 14 of slightly over $5.01 per share.
According to a statement made by a AAA official named Andrew Gross, who was quoted in a news release, “Fear is not a good cause to move a market like the one for oil, but it is a powerful incentive.” When you buy a gallon of gas for $4.89, the cost of oil accounts for approximately $3 of the total. If costs for oil continue to fall, consumers should feel some relief when they go to the gas station.