The price of gasoline in the US is still too low.
How do I arrive at this conclusion?
When I came out of the post office the other day it was 100 degrees F (38 C) outdoors. What do I see? A big Chevy Suburban with the engine running and nobody in it…except a dog. Obviously the air conditioning was left on for the dog’s benefit. Here’s an idea – LEAVE THE DOG AT HOME.
When my friend who is a nature lover, hiker, and supposed conservationist drools over Hummers and says she doesn’t care about the cost, I know gas is too cheap.
When someone starts the car and lets it idle several minutes before they get into it to “cool it down”, then gas is too cheap.
Don’t you agree?