Gasoline Prices Continue to Increase Across America

Gasoline Prices Increase

Gasoline Continues to Increase Across America

The National price for Unleaded normal gasoline rose by one cent this month. That puts gas 13 cents more expensive than last month, and 29 cents more than a year ago, per AAA. Gasoline has reached a 2017 high, as the heavy demand increases in the summer. According to the American Petroleum Institute, gas deliveries in the US were the 2nd highest in March, on record. The least expensive state to by gas right now, is in South Carolina ($2.12). Whereas gas prices in Utah rose by 9 cents over the course of this month. The average price for diesel fell by 1/5 of a cent, but is still 39.7 cents higher than last year.

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