The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline could hit an all-time high today, and for months drivers have felt continuous pain at the pump.
"It's crazy, It's out of control," a motorist at a Washington, D.C., gas station told ABC News. "It hurts me in the wallet, in the heart, in the stomach -- everywhere," said another customer as he filled up.
When gas prices go up, so does hype about "gas-saving" products. The Federal Trade Commission warns that these gadgets and additives don't...Full Story