The average price for a gallon of gas in California is $2.75 and $2.78 in Los Angeles – substantially higher than the national average at $2.18, according to American Automobile Association Fuel Gauge Repor released Thursday.
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As the gas prices keep rising and people become desperate to find alternate ways of travel, the Senate has began taking its own measures to try and remedy the situation.
In the past year gas prices have been an issue for all commuters leaving many to find cheaper forms of transportation to cope with the dramatic rise.
For a seemingly endless period of time, every day brought a new record high gas price.
It is probably safe to say that our economy is in the toilet. Everyone is so apprehensive of using the big R word in spite of sending an all out red alert to citizens. But, let’s face it, this feels like a recession.
The increase in gas prices has caused University of La Verne students to budget their already limited funds, and for some to find alternative means of transportation.
As a commuter I am faced with the dilemma of many drivers today: the price of gas.
You’ve probably noticed by now that gas prices are well above $3 a gallon, and you’ve probably heard many experts predict prices in excess of $4 per gallon by summer’s end, right? What about global warming and the fact that most of the countries we buy our oil from hate our guts? OK, good. We’re […]
With the average price of gas creeping toward the $4 mark, consumers are left with no other choice than to suck it up and pay the rising cost. The shock to the wallet cannot be felt harder than for commuting college students.
Let’s face it–we’re addicted. America’s drug of choice is oil, and we’re all paying for it.