Tag: gas prices
More than 120 straight days at the pump, the numbers kept going down. Drivers rejoiced. “I’m loving it. I can get my tank filled and it’s fabulous,” said Becky Reber, driver.
The average price of gasoline will surpass $3 per gallon Tuesday for the 1,000th consecutive day. That’s never happened before, the motoring organization says.
Gas prices have risen for 32 days straight, according to AAA. That means that the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline has increased more than 13% over that period to $3.73.
AAA is monitoring the price increases — on average nearly 10 cents in just the past 24 hours. California prices continue to go up, while prices in the rest of the country to head downward. AAA tells Burden that the higher prices are a result of refinery power outages, a fire in Northern California, and […]
The average price of a gallon of regular is now $3.87, the highest recorded price in March. The average price is up nearly 4 cents from a week ago, and over 30 cents from a year ago, according to the Department of Energy, as more drivers face gas prices of $4 a gallon or more across the country.
According to GasBuddy.com, motorists are shelling out $5.89 for a gallon of regular gas at a Shell station in Lake Buena Vista, topping out at $5.99 a gallon for premium. It doesn’t get better at a Suncoast Energy station in Orlando, where drivers are paying $5.79 for a gallon of regular.
At one time, $5 per gallon gas seemed like a farfetched idea, but that is no longer the case. As CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, as of Monday, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in the Chicago area is $4.11, compared with $3.71 a month ago, and about $3.10 a gallon at this time a year ago.
His supporters have called Obama everything from the ‘smartest president in US history’, to the ‘messiah’. He was ushered into office in 2009 on veritable ‘wings of change’. Finally, the oppression and embarrassment of the Bush years was at an end. We would be respected again, they cried in the streets on election night. Well, here we are two years later and people are still crying in the street, but for entirely different reasons.