Nation Sees Record Gas Prices

Gas prices climbed 5 cents in the last week, pushing the nation's nominal record price for gasoline past its record level for the first time since Hurricane Katrina wrecked a third of the nation's refining capacity. Drivers across the nation now pay on average $3.10 a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline, according to the U.S. government's Energy Information Administration. That's 3 cents higher than the Sept. 5, 2005, record of $3.07. Prices have gone up 94 cents -- that's 42 percent --...Full Story
Commenting on this article is closed.