(TheRedAlertNews.com) – Another week and another new record-high price when it comes to the national average for a gallon of gasoline in the United States of America.
According to AAA, the new record-high national average price for a gallon of gasoline is $4.819.
In several areas across the country, Americans pay six and seven dollars per gallon or even higher.
As the New York Post notes:
“A gallon of regular unleaded gas nationwide jumped 49 cents from a month ago with summer about to get underway, according to AAA…
“California drivers were paying the most in the country at $6.19 per gallon, AAA reported. One downtown Los Angeles station is even charging an eye-popping $8.059 per gallon for regular unleaded.
“Other states dealing with more than $5 per gallon included Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Illinois, Alaska and Hawaii. Georgia and Kansas had the lowest average per gallon at $4.16 and $4.19 respectively.” [emphasis added]
And there is no relief in sight.
“Analysts forecast that more states could hit the $5 per gallon average by the Fourth of July as demand is expected to rise while supply remains tight.” [emphasis added]
[Editor’s Note: In just the last week, the price per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline at our editor’s favorite gas station jumped 30 cents per gallon to $4.69/gallon.
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JUST IN – Gas prices in the U.S. continue to rise daily, reaching a new record high of $4.819 today. pic.twitter.com/WlJ7lzUCTs
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