Oil Addiction: Gas Price Spikes Threaten Americans Wallets

Knox, Jon
March 2010
Automotive Industries;Mar2010, Vol. 190 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a new study which shows that the predicted rise in gas prices across the U.S. will have a heavy toll on American consumers. The study, Ranking States Oil Vulnerability: Assessing the Continued Threat of Gas Price Spikes, assesses the impact of a possible price rise of more than 3 dollar per gallon in states across the country. The study reveals that some states like Mississippi, Louisiana, are more vulnerable to oil price increases than others.


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