Where Are You? And Would You Pay $6 a Gallon?

Do you recognize this La Jolla location? Tell us in the comment section.

Do you pay $6 for a gallon of premium full-service gasoline? If so, you are likely filling up at this La Jolla service station. Can you name the gas station?

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Marisa Vallbona December 14, 2012 at 09:30 PM
This gas station is on Pearl near the Jack-in-The-Box. They have the highest gas prices of any gas station in San Diego County. I filled up at Chevron for $3.55/gal (mid grade) last night (20 cents off per gallon because of Von's reward points). I don't know how this station has customers, unless they're driving on fumes and have nowhere else to fill up. Their synthetic oil (Mobil 1) is triple the cost of what is charged at an auto parts store.
Michelle Mowad December 15, 2012 at 01:03 AM
Even Mitt pumps his own gas in LJ.
Monique Ramsey December 15, 2012 at 03:52 AM
This is the 76 station on LJ Blvd and Marisa is right-- they are crazy-expensive. I always drive 2 blocks whole blocks more and fill up at the Chevron on LJ Blvd (when I can't fill up at Costco, that is). And the *one* time I went to the 76 station above, the "attendant" who helped me (with oil) was rude beyond belief (and looked similar to the homeless men who sleep across the street near BevMo). Maybe they're a front for another business (kidding...kind of).


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