"We have changed our driving habits and our voting habits."
"We began changing our habits and budget when gas hit about $2.25 a gallon. As the price goes up , I travel less, I also avoid any unnecessary purchasing. Two of the next biggest things we have done in our family is to cancel our Dish network and cancel our cell phone accounts which save a tremendous amount of money, these are luxuries we learned to do without in these times."
-- Joe B., Ohio
"Gasoline prices have already risen beyond the point where we make changes. We make efforts to reduce the number and mileage of any trips, and stay home more often. Mileage and gasoline prices are always considered before we go anywhere other than work."
-- Chris H., California
"It is there! We are retired and on a fixed income. We had to change. An example is yesterday, we were going to go to one of our favorite restaurants for Mother's Day. Instead, we went to a local restaurant and really did not enjoy the meal."
-- Dick B., Michigan
"Three Dollars is the magic number, I only drive 65 miles per hour on the interstate reducing consumption by three miles per gallon. I plan out all business trips to conserve fuel and be efficient."
-- David L., Florida
"At what price? There is no price. I drive where I need to drive. But, I have made a decision to walk where I can, just to do my part in the 'supply/demand' equation. I have the feeling that most of the people who complain about gasoline prices never consider cutting down their unnecessary driving, nor using the more efficient auto."
-- From Bill P., New York