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As Americans prepare for a day of travel ahead of Labor Day, the United States is seeing a sharp increase in gas prices which will most likely make this the most expensive Labor Day to travel on since 2014.
During a recent interview with Fox Business, AAA said, “Outside of Ida-impacted areas, gasoline supply is ample for holiday road-trippers, who should expect to pay the most expensive Labor Day weekend gas prices since 2014.“
The nationwide price for a gallon of gas sits at $3.18 which is an increase of 5 cents.
GasBuddy’s Patrick De Haan told Fox that Michigan and Indiana had a shocking increase of 12 cents in just a week. Kentucky has an increase of 11 cents and Ohio and North Carolina had an increase of 8 cents.
“There is ample gasoline supply in the U.S.; any constriction is just a matter of fuel trucks being able to access open roads as flooding dries out and power is restored,” AAA said.
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