What does the price of gas have to do with your business? 2

This week, the national average price for a gallon of gas hit $3.57, according to an article in yesterday’s Chicago Tribune. Prices are expected to reach $4 per gallon by April, and may surpass the previous all-time national average high of $4.11 (July, 2008).

High gas prices don’t just have an impact on our personal driving habits. What do you think they mean for your business? Take the poll and share suggestions for minimizing the damage in the comments section below.

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    It didn’t hit me until I had to visit a client 20 miles away earlier today. The fuel I put into my vehicle was already calculated in for my visitation fee, but now it looks like I have to adjust my traveling fees.