New Record: Price of Gas Above $3 Gallon for 1,245 Days


gasMemorial Day weekend drivers will continue to take a hit as gasoline prices remain high.

May 20 marks the 1,245th straight day that the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline costs more than $3 a gallon, according to AAA data. That’s nearly three-and-a-half years above $3 a gallon.

USA Today reported last September that, for the first time ever, gas prices had been higher than $3 a gallon for 1,000 consecutive days – beginning Dec. 23, 2010, through Sept. 17, 2013. Unfortunately, that awful record streak of sustained highs has not been broken. Gas prices dipped in the fall, down to $3.179 (Nov. 12), but surged again.

The national average on May 20, 2014, for regular gas was $3.642 a gallon, slightly less than the $3.653 a gallon average one year earlier.

Read more at CNS NEWS.

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  1. Didn’t the current subsidized tenant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. state that he thought gasoline prices should be over $4.00 per gallon in this country so that we’re in sync with the rest of the world?
    Well there ya go!