Archive for February 2nd, 2008|Daily archive page

Find the Lowest Gas Price in Your Area

The gas prices are going up and down every 5 minutes. To keep up with their current prices as well as to find the lowest price possible, I listed few sites to help you with your search and save money. Here is the list:

GasBuddy– GasBuddy lets you search the entire United States as well as Canada for gas prices by you zip code or State/Providence.

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GWP – Gas Watch Price is a service that offers the same map looking for lowest gas prices, but it lets mobile users download the gas watch price program for their mobile, so you can look for them on the go.

MSN– MSN Local Gas Prices lets you view the gas stations around you by entering your zip code. It lets you know what is the lowest, average, and highest price. Also, it gives you the address of each gas stations so you can find them.

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MapQuest – It is similar to the other services, but it also has a gas price calculator that lets you figure out how much money you will be spending on gas if you are taking trips or for your regular commute.

FuelEconomy – Another similar service, but it’s ran by the government.

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Getting Your Documents Notarized For Free

A service like 123notary.com lets you find a person closest to you to notarize your documents. The search is free, but you have to pay for the notarizing your documents. There are other simple ways to get your documents notarized for free.

  1. Take a trip to your bank and ask them politely if they could notarize your documents.
  2. If you have a real estate office in your neighborhood pay them a visit. Most likely the broker of the office will be certified to notarize or you might find an agent that is certified.
  3. Go to your county’s attorney or any Clerk’s office for that matter of fact.

Some tips:

  1. Make sure that if the documents are in another language other then English, you get them translated and you can presented to the notarizer.
  2. Make sure that if you have more then one page of the document that will be notarized that they are stapled because the stamp goes only where the signature is.
  3. If you do decide to pay a professional then know that they charge for the ride to your home as well and the printing. They usually charge $3 or $4 every 5-6 minutes, which they consider an increment.