There is a website called MyGallons that lets you buy gallons of gas at today's prices, then you can use them in the future when prices go up, hedging you against price increases. On the down side, if prices collapse, you get the shaft. Kind of a cool concept, but it only really is worth it if you're like me and drive a lot. Example, you notice that prices are on a downtick, you buy 100 gallons for $3.75, and five months later, they jack the prices to $4.75. You smile knowing that your next 100 gallons are bought and paid for at the $3.75 rate. You fill up, and it's 20 gallons. You have 80 left, and then the next week, you pull in to fill up, and notice that it's now $5.25, whip out your MyGallons card, and put in 20 gallons. It gets taken from your account at the $3.75 rate. Anyone else aware of this program? It's hedging for the common man, and I wish I'd have thought of it and had the expertise to pull it off. For now though, I think I'll take advantage of the prices and buy a bunch of gallons at today's price. I have a feeling they'll be over $5 next spring.