Motorists in Maryland are paying the same price at the pump as a week ago but eight cents more when compared with last month.
It’s a new year, and a new battle with rising gas prices. Jan. 1 set a record for the highest price ever.
Side effects of the government shutdown: gas prices are dropping. It’s an unintended consequence that has drivers smiling.
Gas prices in the Mid-Atlantic region are down three cents from a week ago.
If you’re hitting the road this holiday weekend, try to fill up now. Experts say gas prices are climbing.
There’s some relief at the pumps for drivers. Gas prices hit the lowest mark since mid-July. It’s a welcome change for drivers.
Maryland drivers have had some relief at the pump. Gas prices went down over the July 4th holiday weekend, but how long will it stay that way?
Motorists in Maryland are paying three cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
Across the nation and here in Maryland, gas prices are soaring. The price at the pump has increased every day for 32 consecutive days. Some states are already averaging more than $4 a gallon and our state’s not far behind.
How low can you go? Gas prices continue to be on a downward spiral at the pump.
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.
Earlier this year, it appeared gas prices were headed to record lows. Now, a recent spike has motorists wondering how high they might climb.