Get Ready for Higher Gasoline Prices by Spring

Gas Prices

Chicago Tribune - January 13, 2012

Ana­lysts say U.S. motorists can expect to pay an aver­age of $4.05 for a gal­lon of self-serve reg­u­lar gaso­line this spring and close to $5 by Memo­r­i­al Day week­end. Gaso­line prices are start­ing 2012 at the high­est point ever because of high oil prices and brisk fuel exports. Sev­er­al U.S. cities will see record aver­age prices this spring.