GILROY, Calif. (KRON) — Gas costs are hitting Bay Area driver’s wallets.
Drivers are paying almost $6 a gallon at a Shell fuel station in Gilroy, proper off Highway 152.
However, not each driver is completely happy to replenish their tanks it doesn’t matter what sort of car.
“It’s pretty frustrating,” stated truck driver Josh Sadler. “At six bucks a gallon, it’s about $200 to fill this truck up.”
Some drivers have discovered alternative routes to dodge paying for fuel, together with trying into electrical automobiles.
Mary Opdyke, a motorcyclist says she is able to make the change to electrical.
“I’m looking into electric,” stated Opdyke. “I haven’t been on one yet, but I look forward to it.”
Drivers who’re prepared to change to electrical will avoid wasting cash on the pump.
For now, fuel costs are nonetheless on the rise.