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The gas prices jumped up all of a sudden in 25 States, why? Nobody answers to this question. You and I as usual will have to search for the reasons. Many of them are just skeptical and others are to fill in the blanks.
Ohio had the nation’s highest price increase from last week, jumping 9 cents. Indiana had the second highest increase at 8 cents.
Nationally, the most expensive market is Hawaii at $3.50 a gallon. The next highest prices are in California at $3.35 a gallon.
Nobody can do anything. Do you want to complain? To who? About what? Is there a feasible solution?
Yeah, either to buy electric car or a water car:
May be you can but others may be can’t afford it. 🙄
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2 thoughts on “A Case against Gas Prices!”
Any increase in gas prices is always frustrating, but you might be surprised to know that (adjusted for inflation) gasoline prices are about as cheap (if not more) than during much of the last century. Combine that with the most fuel efficient cars ever, and driving is more affordable now than during most years in memory: http://chesterenergyandpolicy.com/2018/05/07/road-tripping-through-time-tracking-gas-prices-and-fuel-efficiency-of-cars-to-determine-what-era-of-american-drivers-got-the-most-bang-for-their-buck/
Thank you for your comment, but the prices now are over $3.79, which means since 1999 the gas prices jumped from $1 to $3.79, so the difference is $2.79, or an average of $2.50, while from 1949 up to 1999, which is in 50 years, the gas prices increased only from $ .25 to $ 1.00.
Thank you again.