Looking forward to 2016 – Dan McTeague

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Motorists looking for any significant relief at the gas pumps in the New Year had best be prepared for another disappointment.

That’s the word from GasBuddy senior analyst, Dan McTeague, who says you can forget about using low oil prices as a gasoline pricing barometer.

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As for the change in federal government playing any significant role in pricing relief, Mr. McTeague says that’s another thought likely best described as another pipe dream.

So for the price-conscious motorist — who lost another Yule Tide season turkey temptation tug-o-war — the two best kilogram shedding New Year resolution transporation options are arguably one of the now more than one billion — human-powered, pedal driven, two wheel, single track vehicles, produced since the 19th century and/or a four legged, odd-toed mammal which man first started to domesticate around four thousand BC and on average now weighs about 500 kilograms.

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