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Will higher gas prices curb your summer driving?
As summer vacation season starts, motorists are casting a wary eye on the gas pump, concerned that rising prices could siphon off money they would rather spend on having fun. In Minnesota, one of the...
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AAA Northern California
AAA Fuel Gauge Report: June Should Bring Lower Ga...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – For the first time in three months, American drivers are paying more at the pump than they did one year ago, with the national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded...
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Midlands gas prices drop 20 cents in a week
Falling gasoline prices have moved Nebraska and Iowa out of the red and into the pink — from the markets with the highest prices to the next-highest tier. According to the fuel price map that AAA...
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Gas prices up in May for first time since winter
The national average price of gas increased 10 cents a gallon, or about 3 percent in May, the first increase since February, AAA said Friday. Drivers in the Midwest felt the most pain from rapidly...
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Farmington area drivers shrug of rising gas prices
FARMINGTON — Gas prices have surged in recent weeks, but most local drivers said they weren't worried quite yet. Drivers clogged the roads during Memorial Day weekend, undeterred by gas prices that...
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