“If Americans can’t slow their appetite for fuels, we’ve got no place for prices to go but up.”
The average price of gasoline often drops in the fall months, as demand from summer driving drops, And while there were hints of that happening right after Labor Day, prices have begun to rise once again.
GasBuddy said Monday that the average gas price in the United States rose 5.2 cents over the last week to $3.25 per gallon. That’s a gain of 7.5 percent from a month...
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