Summer Gas Prices May Have Peaked Believe it or not, as our summer time temps continue to heat up, the price at the pump has begun cooling off. The U.S. average retail price of gasoline has fallen below $3.60 a gallon for the first time since April 10, 2014.
Gas Prices Up A Nickel In The Last WeekAfter weeks of falling prices at the pump, they are on their way back up. In South Florida alone, we’ve seen a nickel or more increase in the last week.
Gas Prices Up Nearly A Dime In A WeekThe price at the pump took a big jump over the last week. Nationwide, prices jumped six cents in the last week, 23 cents in the last month, to $3.87 for a gallon of regular unleaded.
Price At The Pump Dips For The HolidayLots of people will be hitting the road at the end of this week to be with family or friends for the Christmas holiday. Those that do will find a little present for them when they go to fill up the tank; gas prices are down.
Gas Prices Edge Up In The Last WeekThe price at the pump was on the rise across Sunshine State in the last week.
Gas Prices Up About A Nickel In The Last WeekThe price at the pump has jumped about a nickel across Sunshine State in the last week.
Gas Prices Heating Up This SummerThe price at the pump has jumped more than a dime in the Sunshine State since long Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Price At The Pump Up A Dime In Florida In The Last WeekThe price at the pump has jumped more than a dime in the Sunshine State since long Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Price At The Pump Continues To TumbleThe price at the pump continued to fall over the long Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Florida's Gas Prices Continue Downward SpiralWith 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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