Hub for reliable, timely news about COVID-19 pandemic Price of gas could hit nearly $3 per gallon by May!

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Bad news for drivers!

According to, a gallon of gasoline is likely to rise between 35 cents and 75 cents by May, when prices are expected to level out.

Most areas could see peak prices of nearly $3 per gallon.

Experts say refineries across the country are preparing for maintenance season and the seasonal switch to the summer gas blend.

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1 Comment

  • TY

    I used to hate reading articles like this. Now that I drive a Chevy Volt, I can do my daily work commute entirely on electric, and gas prices hikes don’t even phase me anymore. It’s so nice being able to tell Big Oil and OPEC to kiss my gas after years of gouging my wallet at the pump.

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