We all know to expect the price of gas to go up in the summer because of all of the vacation travel. But just how high is it going to go?
According to Time Magazine, Gas Buddy is predicting that it will be an average of more than $3 a gallon. That would be an increase of 50-cents per gallon over last summer, which comes out to about $250 more that the average consumer spent last May through September.
Average #gas prices in the U.S. continue their climb to $2.87/gal as the summer driving season approaches. Factors that play into rising prices at the pump include the #Iran deal, #Venezuela, and #oil: https://t.co/iII4MHuuM8 pic.twitter.com/ed1lBuY2YF
— GasBuddy (@GasBuddy) May 14, 2018