The Most Expensive Gas Prices hit in February!
Don’t wait to fill up the tank! Gas prices jumped 6 cents overnight, due to the recent spike in oil prices begins to hit filling stations across America.
The national average price for a gallon of regular gas rose 5.9 cents to $3.29. That making it the third day in a row that prices have risen, and brings the national average to the highest level since October of 2008. Gas Prices can vary widely, due in large part to vastly different levels of gasoline taxes among the states.
So far, the gas prices have increased nearly 12 cents a gallon this week and are expected to continue higher in the next few days due to a sharp rise in the price of crude oil.
Gas prices were highest in Hawaii, where drivers paid $3.76 a gallon, on average. Wyoming had the lowest gas prices at roughly, $3.01 a gallon.