GAS PRICES Going Up For The Summer Driving!
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A Federal report projected Gas prices will jump 40% for the summer driving season compared with 2010.
Energy Information Administration says that retail prices for a gallon of regular-grade gasoline will average $3.86 from April through September, up from $2.76 for the comparable period last year. The national price for gasoline may average $3.86 a gallon in the driving season.
AAA's daily fuel-gauge report, states the national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is about $3.79, up about 33% from $2.86 a year earlier.
The average U.S. household's vehicle fueling costs will rise about $825 from last year's level, hitting $3,360 in 2011.