• California gas is ‘out of whack' - nearly $2 more than national average

    11 days ago - By Bésame

    California has long been known as the country's priciest place to fill up your tank, but these days the Golden State is “completely out of whack.”
    As gas prices plummeted around the nation in recent weeks, California's price at the pump has rebounded with a vengeance to an average of $5.58 a gallon.
    That's $1.89 more than the national average - the highest price gap in at least 22 years, according to a Bay Area News Group analysis of AAA data.
    While Russia's invasion of Ukraine drove prices higher around the world, California's perplexing price swing is largely due to the local oil...
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