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Mexico's Cheap Gas Draws American Drivers

Mexico's Cheap Gas Draws American Drivers

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Mexico's Cheap Gas Draws American Drivers
A gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in San Diego retails for an average price of $4.61 a gallon. A few miles south, in Tijuana, it's about $2.54 — even less if you pay in pesos. More and more people appear to be taking advantage of the lower price. "I used to buy exclusively in the US before gas started really going up," said Patrick Garcia, a drama teacher in San Diego who lives in Tijuana. "Since then, I've been buying all my gas in Tijuana."

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gabitzgabitz gabitzgabitz 7 years
let's all get hybrids instead!!
zabrow zabrow 7 years
i live about 20 mins from tijuana, but the drive combined with waiting in line to get into & out of mexico would kind of defeat the purpose of driving down there to get cheaper gas.
UnDave35 UnDave35 7 years
Heck, I'm thinking about driving to Mexico to get gas... ;)
stephley stephley 7 years
If you live in Tijuana, it makes sense to buy gas in Tijuana. And I guess if you have a wildly fuel efficient car, driving a little out of your way for cheaper gas makes some sense. Beyond that, why not try driving less or public transportation or car pooling because going out of your way becomes counter-productive fairly fast.
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