I also have this little Ranger pickup I bought new in 2003. It averages close to 25 mag. 5 speed, 4 cylinder. I usually drive the jeep one day then the Ranger the next day. I surely don't fill them up very often.And even at today's prices , that still rounds off to zero .
Would it really come as a big surprise to find out that a vast number of these accidents were caused by inattentive cage drivers? I've been riding, going on 60 years, and have been down twice. First time by the infamous "honest officer. I didn't see the motorcycle" left turn in front of me. Second time by some idiot that rear-ended me at a stop light. (He was reading a newspaper he had laying on the seat next to him.) The saying "ride like they're out to kill you" is no joke.Those 2 wheelers sure save gas BUT I'm seeing a big increase in accidents as apparently, unskilled or out of practice riders run off the road or crash into things.
That’s what most companies are doing. But unlike you, I don’t think they are going to lower their prices once the gas prices go back down….if they do go down.And in my case,, I'm passing along my extra gas expenses to my customers. If it goes back down,, I'll go back down. But if it continues to rise,, I'll keep going up.