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Gas prices continue to rise, no relief in sight

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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The good 'ol days . . .
 

The good 'ol days . . .

 



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.  . . will these become the good ol' days?
 

.  . . will these become the good ol' days?

 

Gas prices continue to climb in the Carolinas. South Carolina’s average is $2.54, a 5-cent increase on the week and a 15-cent increase on the month.

Gas Buddy only listed three stations in Greer with a gallon of unleaded regular under $2.49.

North Carolina’s current average is $2.67, a 4-cent increase on the week and a 19-cent increase on the month.

The national average ticking up a nickel to $2.78. “Demand is exceptionally high for this time of year at the pumps – the highest ever seen for the month of April,” said Tiffany Wright, AAA Carolinas spokesperson. “While we hope we won’t hit the $3 mark, we continue to see prices go up each week and we haven’t even started the summer driving season yet.”

 

 

 

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