Prices are still lower than the 2014 spike in prices, when a gallon of gas cost near $4.
Gasoline prices are at their highest levels since 2014. A recent study shows when to fill up to save money and time at the pump.
Hard braking in No. 1 aggressive event.
New study shows consumers’ fuel purchasing habits are costing them.
Local prices have already seen a small hike. Here’s the breakdown.
Gas is 15 cents higher than last year, but could be going down soon
Gas could reach $2.89 soon
Gas prices are 38 cents/g. higher than this time last year; 26.6 cents/g. higher than last month.
July in northern Ohio is the height of tourist season.