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Gas across the nation dropped to the lowest point in the last month, with the average price of regular fuel at $4.67. In California, gas remains the highest at $6.088.
Gasoline prices are tracking drop in crude costs, which account for nearly $3 for every $4.89 at the pump.
Fuel under four bucks a gallon at Sheetz's more than 640 locations in six states, convenience-store chain says.
AAA says national average for gallon of regular now $4.96, down a nickel from a week ago, as price of crude oil sinks.
AAA says national average for regular now at $4.98, down from $5 on Friday, as the price of crude oil sinks.
AAA says national average likely to drop below $5 a gallon in coming days as the price of crude oil sinks.
Consumers are paying more around the country. No state's average is below $4.28, according to AAA. But in California, drivers are paying $2 more than that amount.
Gas prices and hotel rates are up, but that won't stop Americans from traveling this Memorial Day weekend.
Pandemic-weary U.S. residents are confronting high gas prices as they decide whether to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
With gas prices at an all-time high heading into Memorial Day weekend, these savings tips can cut down the cost of filling up.
With gas prices at an all-time high heading into the peak summer driving season, these savings tips can help cut down the cost of filling up.
California's state average for a gallon of gas hit a record above $6.
Just as Americans gear up for summer road trips, the price of oil remains stubbornly high, pushing prices at the gas pump to painful heights.
U.S. motorists are paying roughly a dollar more per gallon than they were a year ago, AAA data shows.
Tensions over Russia, which produces one-tenth of the world's oil, are reverberating at the pump across the U.S.
Anyone who’s bought food, paid rent or looked for a used car recently has come up against the billowing inflation that has engulfed the U.S. economy.
Inflation is painfully high, but this hopefully is close to as bad as it gets.
Millions of Americans will hit the road and fill the airports over the next week, but two powerful storms are likely to cause travel problems.
OPEC and allied oil-producing countries have decided to stick with their plan for cautious monthly increases in oil production even as prices surge and the global economy is thirsty for fuel.
U.S. drivers paid an average of more than $3.36 per gallon Monday, according to one price tracker.
Motorists in Corpus Christi and nationwide are seeing a seven year high in gas prices, thanks to a recent surge in the price of crude oil.
More than 91% of holiday travel will be by car, despite high gas prices.