A BP refinery fire occurred in Ohio Tuesday night, and some drivers say they are nervous that the incident will drastically impact gas prices.
The national average price for a gallon of gas is now nearly $4, according to the AAA.
The pain at the pump might not be as bad as it was a couple of weeks ago. Some of the skyrocketing gasoline prices we once saw have been decreasing.
It happens like clockwork every summer, a drop in gas prices once the holiday travel rush is over. Right now, you’ll be paying about $4.93 for a gallon of regular. That’s down about 10 cents from last week.
As everything costs keep going up, companies have been quietly making items smaller.
The national average price for a gallon of gas is now more than $5, according to the AAA. This is the first time this has ever happened.
A Village of Lexington gas station was bumper to bumper Monday morning as a gas giveaway was giving some relief to drivers at the pump.
Gas prices are affecting public services, which is an issue that’s forcing families to make some tough decisions as gas prices keep shooting up, and there’s no real relief in sight.
While gas costs are increasing, diesel fuel is hitting record highs for its prices.
With fewer flights, more passengers and historically high gasoline prices, the cost of flying is skyrocketing as the summer travel season gets underway.