After months of holding relatively steady, gas prices have decreased about a dime in the last month.
Between the normal rush of Labor Day travel and the addition of the escalation of the crisis in Syria, gas prices continue to skyrocket.
After months of holding relatively steady, gas prices have edged up about a dime in the last month.
The coup d’etat in Egypt continues to shake global markets, but so far, gas prices haven’t made a significant jump since tensions in the Middle Eastern country started to rise.
Drivers are already feeling the pinch at the pump as gas prices have gone up for 33 consecutive days. But one S. Florida gas station is causing consternation as it pushes prices to levels not seen outside of after a hurricane.
While South Florida’s official average is still under the four dollar a gallon mark, more and more drivers are feeling the effects of more than a month’s worth of rising gas prices.
After months of dropping, gas prices are back on the upswing. The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has surged seven cents in the last three weeks.
Gas prices have been one of the biggest hindrances to a more broad economic recovery. But AAA is predicting that prices will likely drop in 2013.
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
After nearly reaching four bucks a gallon for regular unleaded gas a month ago, the price at the pump continues to fall.