Prices at the pump have been inching higher all month, but don’t expect the trend to continue, according to AAA.
The summer driving season spikes demand and tends to push prices higher, and the recent rise may have been partly fueled by concerns about a possible confrontation with Iran over its nuclear program, according to the drivers’ association.
The outlook, though, is for prices to stay level through Labor Day.
At the end of June, a gallon of regular averaged 3.40 a gallon in the five-county Philadelphia area.
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Until we get Oblamer out of OUR White House we will continue to see rising gas prices.He believes we were not paying enough for gas,so he made it go up to where it is now and will not come down until we send him and his passe back to Chicago or Kenya.Gas was $1.84 a gallon when Oblamer took over our country.I Pittsburgh,we are still paying $3.59 in some places.
Remember that in November.
DRILL BABY DRILL!!