No end in sight
Whomever is in Biden’s earpiece sure has made a mess of what was a good thing. Cost of everything has skyrocketed. I know I’m not the only one feeling the pinch of sudden and astronomically high gas prices.
There seems to be no end in sight.
According to GasBuddy, who monitors gas prices nationally, the national average per gallon has surpassed $5.
GasBuddy announced Thursday morning that the national average price for one gallon of gas has reached $5, setting a new record in the U.S.
Meanwhile, AAA reports that the national average price sits at $4.97.
In all 50 states, the average price of gasoline is above $4.63, according to AAA.
California has the highest price of gas – the state average is $6.40, although some places have recorded prices as high as $9 per gallon.
2022 has already been a record-breaking year in terms of gas prices.
According to GasBuddy data, the national average price of gas broke the $4 per gallon threshold on March 5.
Two days later, the national average broke another record and reached $4.10 per gallon.
Another record was set in late April when diesel prices reached $5.16 per gallon.
Petroleum analysis expert at GasBuddy, Patrick De Haan warns that prices could worsen throughout the summer if refiners face unexpected issues, including major hurricanes.
If I didn’t know any better, I’d think this was all on purpose.DONATE
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