Gas prices headed back up to $3 per gallon

February 2008
Inside Tucson Business;2/25/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p4
The article reports on the moderation of gas prices according to AAA Arizona. In Tucson, the average price for gallon of self-serve unleaded regular gas cost $2.894, up to 6.5 cents increase per week and it is the lowest price among the nation. Arizona's statewide average was $2.93 a gallon and the national average is $3.086 per gallon. The cheapest gas was in Peoria which costs $2.851 per gallon and the most expensive was in Flagstaff, at $3.082 per gallon.


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