The latest news on gas prices
The good news, ridership is up; the bad news, ridership is up.
A number of independent drivers plan an April 1 shutdown, but big companies are ready to carry their loads.
Big truckers slow down to save fuel and want to put the brakes on smaller competitors, too.
Even with petroleum diesel at $4 per gallon, farm-based renewable fuel can't compete on price.
Income fails to keep up with the cost of basics.
Commuters save big money by driving together.
A weak dollar makes oil cheaper to foreigners but more expensive to Americans.
Consumers will gripe, and maybe even change their driving and spending habits.
Newly revised statistics show that U.S. motorists have begun to drive less.
Fuel makers haven't yet hit on the secret for producing cleaner fuels while keeping up output.