Gas prices across the Sunshine State, and the nation, have been spiking in recent weeks. That has brought political attention to the issue and brought President Barack Obama to the University of Miami Thursday.
South Florida’s recent spike in gas prices isn’t coming from the traditional “Supply and Demand” market forces, but rather “Investors” jumping into the commodities markets at the same time a major oil producer threatens to cut exports.
With the long Fourth of July holiday weekend coming up, you may be tempted to take a road trip to see fireworks. If you do, you’re going to find lower prices at the pump.
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With the national average for regular gas now $3.80 a gallon, according to motor club AAA, chances are you’re feeling some pain at the pump. Unfortunately, it could get worse.
Despite problems in Libya and the still sky-high price of a barrel of oil, gasoline prices in Florida actually dropped last week, according to the fuel price tracking service of AAA Auto Club South.
With the skyrocketing price of oil, South Florida gas prices have been rising at exponential rates, sometimes twice a day or more. In our sprawling communities, many of us have no choice but to drive, […]
As thousands of people hit the road after the Christmas holiday they’ll notice Scrooge has visited the gas stations; prices are up across the state.