Gas Prices Increase for Third Week Straight


Still, compared to a year ago gas is an average of $1.17 cheaper per gallon, according to the Energy Information Administration, and it’s still down vastly from its summer high of more than $4. Prices are highest on the West Coast, at $2.02 per gallon, and lowest in the Rocky Mountain states, where the regional price hovers around $1.61 per gallon.

While the increase is small change, it’s something to keep an eye on, especially in the coming months as winter gives out and Americans begin driving more.

Gasoline Prices Rise for Third Straight Week (USA Today)

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