Diesel prices also remain high at $4.707 per gallon, up an astonishing $1.908 cents per gallon from a year ago at this time.
Higher gasoline prices impact motorists leaving drivers with less money to spend on food and shelter. And higher transportation costs get passed on to consumers in higher prices for most other goods and services.
Source: Department of Energy
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