As summer rolls in so do higher gas prices.
Every summer we all have to deal with higher gas prices. Seems like 2017 is going to be the same.
According to WBNS, the price of regular-grad gas went up 9 cents to $2.43 in the last two weeks. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says the increase in oil prices and the recent Syria air strike are to blame. Unless prices of oil go down (not likely) gas prices will steadily go up.
The national average of gas is up 33 cents per gallon compare to a year ago.