Gas Prices Inch toward $4 a Gallon: Ways to Save

Gas prices inch toward $4 a gallon
Gas prices continue to inch toward $4.00 a gallon, although the increases have leveled off over the past week. According to AAA, gas prices have reached a national average of $3.67 a gallon. That’s an increase of three cents from last week, $.15 from last month, and also $.15 above what gasoline retailed for at the same time last year. While this is the national average, prices are well above $4.00 a gallon in some areas of the country. California currently has an average price of $4.22 a gallon. AAA reports that gasoline prices are showing signs of stabilization over the weekend after a run of more than 20 days of price increases.

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3 Responses to Gas Prices Inch toward $4 a Gallon: Ways to Save

  1. Earl Richards says:

    To avoid the gasoline price rip-off, plug your Tesla S electric car into your household, solar array.

  2. Miz Pat says:

    Desert Living Tip – Fill up in the morning, when its cool, and the gasoline hasn’t expanded as much.

  3. Catherine says:

    Haha I’d love those gas prices! We’re paying the equivalent of $5.10/gallon ($1.35/L). It isn’t cheap and makes us think twice about travel!

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