AAA: Gas prices leveling out after last week's surge

AAA: Gas prices leveling out after last week's surge

AAA: Gas prices leveling out after last week's surge

Including the change in gas prices in Texas during the past week, prices yesterday were 34.4 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are unchanged versus a month ago. But those prices have held steady over the weekend.

The survey also found that the average price of gas in MA if $2.53 per gallon, which is three cents below the national average.

"Apparently, this year is playing a trick on motorists", said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy.

The four-cent jump in gas prices at many Meadville-area outlets almost matched the increase across the state.

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Oil prices remain just pennies away from multi-year highs at $56.93 per barrel Monday morning as concerns linger about Middle East tensions escalating and OPEC extending production cuts in a few weeks at its annual meeting. "Fortunately, oil prices let off the throttle last week, allowing gas prices to find what appears to be solid ground". A couple of stations in the Peachtree Corners and Norcross area sold gas for $2.25 per gallon.

With crude oil prices on the rise, gas prices jumped up across Florida over the past week. The competitive stretch has featured the lowest gas prices in Broward so often, that we might as well rechristen it Gas Bargain Boulevard. The other stations follow, and the cycle begins again. The cost of a gallon of gas increased by nine cents in Gainesville and eight cents in Atlanta, AAA said. Its too early to forecast exact numbers, but AAAs Jenkins said prices are likely to hover around current levels.

The lowest prices this year came during the normally expensive summer, while the highest have occurred this fall and after Hurricane Harvey struck, DeHaan said.

The national average has increased by 1.5 cents a gallon.

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