Gas Prices Highest Ever for Thanksgiving
Gas Prices Highest Ever for Thanksgiving WASHINGTON (Reuters)
U.S. drivers traveling this week will pay the highest gasoline prices on record heading into a Thanksgiving holiday, the Energy Department said on Monday.
The national pump price for regular unleaded gasoline declined 2.1 cents over the last week to $1.948 a gallon, up 44 cents from a year ago, according to a survey of service stations by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Well to be honest the prices have been pretty high all along. They’ve backed off a bit since the election. I’ve seen $1.83 just two days ago, and today the prices jumped to $1.99 more in anticipation of all the holiday travel than anything else.
(via Drudgereport )