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Memorial Day Fuel Prices to Reach $2 Average

The national average price for gasoline rose three cents to $1.87 for the start of the Memorial Day work week but is still near lows not seen during the same period of time since 2003 where the average price for fuel was $1.50 on average.

Gasoline Prices Rise to $1.84

The national average price for gasoline continued to rise slightly, now up to $1.84, though approximately 40 states carry an average of price of $2 per gallon or less.

Gas Still Cheap, But Rising

As the country gradually reopens, certain states are seeing weekly pump price increases of 27 cents (Wisconsin), 19 cents (Ohio) and 16 cents (Indiana).

Is Top Tier Gas Worth the Price?

According to AAA research, non-Top Tier gasoline caused 19 times more engine deposits than Top Tier brands, but three-quarters of U.S. drivers still pick a gas station based on location and price instead of the quality of gas.

Gasoline Prices Rise in 23 States Year-Over-Year

In May, 23 states saw gasoline prices at least 10 cents greater than the same time in 2013, according to WEX Inc. Prices differed by region, but the current national average is $3.66 per gallon.

WEX: Fuel Prices Continue to Climb in March

Gasoline prices have increased by more than 30 cents per gallon since February, according to WEX’s March fuel prices report. But prices are still nearly 8 cents per gallon lower than last year.