Friday, November 25, 2005

Holiday Gas Prices

On the way to work today, I had to stop and fill up. The cost of regular was the lowest I've seen in months at $2.139. That was down 2 cents from just two days ago. Yet some of my co-workers have been complaining about how the oil companies are running the price back up for the Thanksgiving holiday and that government should do something about it.

Here is what WECT had to say about gas prices:
NOVEMBER 24, 2005 -- If you're filling up the car for a road trip for the holidays, it could be worse.

AAA says the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in North Carolina is $2.27. Although you can find gas as low as $2.13 a gallon in this area. That is still more than we were paying at this time last year, but it's much less than the $3.39 a gallon we saw after Hurricane Katrina.

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