Sunday, April 8, 2018

Americans Face Highest Gasoline Prices in Years

Americans are spending more at the pump than they have in years. Prices could rise even higher just as drivers hit the road for family vacations, reports The Wall Street Journal.

“This summer, in terms of average gas prices, will likely be the highest since 2014,” said Patrick DeHaan, petroleum analyst at GasBuddy. “There’s been very little question about that.”

-Robert Wenzel  


  1. One thing I haven't heard anyone mention is how gas prices used to be priced about .25 apart meaning if regular is 1.25 then mid is 1.50 and super is 1.75. I noticed that within the pasts year that the gap is now priced at around .30 apart now.

    1. Nice observation, I’ve noticed it as well. It used to be 10 cents in the 90s.