TALEDA, Ohio – Gas prices in Toledo are rising again with an average price per gallon to $ 4.44, according to a daily GasBuddy survey at 315 stations in the city.

Prices in Glass City rose 14.9 cents last week. The average price is 70.4 cents higher than a month ago and $ 1.61 higher than a year ago.

The most expensive gas found in Toledo cost $ 4.69, and the cheapest – $ 4.14.

The national average rose 11 cents a gallon last week to $ 4.57. Diesel fuel rose by 22.6 cents to $ 5.51.

“Gasoline prices have risen to record highs in the past week, but have finally begun to slow, as diesel has also finally cooled,” said Patrick De Haan, head of oil analysis at GasBuddy. – And more and more Americans plan to go on Remembrance Day this year compared to last year, prices will be more than $ 1.50 per gallon higher than last year. Although prices seem to be slowing down. Although the coast is not yet clean and prices will be at the highest level on Remembrance Day, I hope that this year we will be able to avoid the terrible national average of $ 5 per gallon. Whether we can do it or not depends on the fact that the Americans will reduce demand in the face of sky-high prices.


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