Drivers are getting a pleasant surprise at the pump as gas prices fall to a two-year low.
Gas prices in the Mid-Atlantic region are down three cents from a week ago.
Labor Day weekend is not only seeing high numbers of motorists but also high prices at the pump. Gas prices have hovered near record levels all summer but they may soon start to decline.
Prices at the pump continue to climb, just as lawmakers continue talking about adding the state sales tax to a gallon of gas. A price jump in gasoline had drivers nationwide paying record-high prices for the month of January.
U.S. gasoline prices began 2012 with the highest number ever to start a new year. The price of regular unleaded rose eight cents this past week alone.
Gas prices are exploding and it’s likely setting off alarms in your bank account.
The crisis in Libya is causing oil prices to soar. And in turn, gas prices are skyrocketing.
It’s not the news you want to hear at holiday time, but gas prices are on a late season rise.