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Ahead of the Independence Day weekend, drivers are expected to pay the highest gas prices in six years.
If you use natural gas to heat your home, it\’s probably been an expensive month: The cold weather has resulted in some broken records for gas usage in the area.
It\’s not exactly a conventional conversation starter, but after Dr. Robynne Chutkan was routinely pulled aside by inquisitive women at soccer games, the supermarket, dinner parties and the yoga studio, she decided to tackle the hush-hush topic of gas and discomfort from bloating.
The explosion in U.S. production of oil and natural gas is giving Americans a little more jingle in the pocket.
In the last week, prices have spiked by 14 cents. It\’s an increase drivers haven\’t seen since February of this year, according to AAA.
A road trip this summer could be cheaper than last year, as AAA analysts say the the recent gas price slide could continue through the summer.
WTOP takes a look at the fuel programs that link
to your Giant or Safeway cards.
Gas prices in the D.C. metro region spiked 14
cents in the last week up to $3.75 a gallon and 4
cents higher than the national average of $3.71.
When you pull up to the pump to fill your tank,
do you ever wonder where your gas money goes? If
you think the gas station gets your bills, think
Drivers are getting some relief at the pump in
the D.C. region.
According to WTOP\’s Pain in the Gas Survey, the
price for a regular gallon of gas
slid 3 cents in the last week to $3.78.
The price of a gallon of regular gas remained the
same as last week at $3.81, according to our WTOP
Pain in the Gas Survey.
A gallon of gas is still 37 cents higher than a