Online payday loans don’t require driving
If you’re out of cash and gas, online payday loans may be the only way you’ll be able to get around. For a while there, it seemed gathering the loose change from your couch cushions was enough for a few days’ worth of gas.
However, the gas trend is heading in the opposite direction.
Up, up and away
Gas prices are headed back up. The price for a gallon of gas hit its lowest national average, $1.62, at the end of December. In the last six weeks the average price has gone up 20 percent, to $1.95, and experts say prices could pass the $2 mark as early as next week.
By summer, people might be needing online payday loans again to fund transportation.
Experts do not believe that gas prices will reach the astronomical levels we experienced during the summer. People simply won’t pay it. With so many jobless and everyone pinching pennies and thinking about cutting costs and saving money, the economy just won’t support another summer of $4 gasoline. ... click here to read the rest of the article titled "Will You Need Online Payday Loans to Refill Your Gas Tank?"