Public Retail Gasoline Pricing Databases Redux

As a bit of a follow-up to my Public RetailGasoline Pricing Database entry of September 6th, I thought itworthwhile to note a very interesting web application that a friendput together (which he was coincidentally working on at the sametime, though neither of us was aware of the other’s activities inthat realm). You can find it at It’sinnovative in the way that it includes Google Maps as a coreelement of the interface. That makes sense given how criticalproximity is to our market choices.

It doesn’t fulfill the need for total coverage and absolutelyup-to-date pricing – which would only be achieveable throughgovernment regulations – but it’s definitely another stepin the right direction.