Gas prices have risen to $3.53 a gallon and could peak at a record-setting price of $4.25 a gallon in April, predicts the Oil Price Information Service. "I guess we're going to have to drive less, consolidate all our errands into one trip," said W. Howard Coudle, a retired machinist in Missouri. "It's just oppressive."
Although gas prices have been easing lately, the Energy Department has predicted that U.S. motorists will be shelling out an average of 24 cents a gallon more for gasoline during the peak summer driving season, defined as April thro... Read Post
Gas prices began rising around Labor Day and motorists have seen little relief since. Now, the Energy Department has boosted its pump-price predictions for the peak driving season, defined as April through September, and for the ful... Read Post