The Chevron Station in downtown Los Angeles
by savage ( 103 Comments › )
Filed under Economy, Energy, Transportation at March 13th, 2012 - 5:00 pm
I saw this on the way home from work last night and I had to show it to everyone. The station is on the corner of Alameda and Cesar Chavez Blvd, across from the north entrance to Olvera Street, the oldest street in L.A.
This is what we are up against in Los Angeles. Everyone can make their own decisions as to why we are up to over FIVE DOLLARS A GALLON in California.
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