Georgia gas prices up 12 cents since March, AAA says

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ATLANTA — AAA Georgia said gasoline prices across the state climbed 12 cents a gallon during the past four weeks.

The auto club said today's average statewide price for regular was $1.91 a gallon. A year ago regular fuel was, on average, $1.43 higher in the state.

The national average for regular today was $2.05.

AAA Georgia said the price for midgrade was $2.05 while premium cost $2.14 a gallon.

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brd27 04/13/09 - 04:52 pm
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that sucks!!

that sucks!!

gamach1
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gamach1 04/13/09 - 05:58 pm
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I am still confused on why

I am still confused on why this is since the price per barrel is still relatively low. Is this the whole speculation thing again?

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