CLEVELAND – Gas prices have risen for 32 consecutive days and are showing no sign of slowing down. The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline around northeast Ohio is $3.80.
Justine Miller, a mother of five, filled up her tank Monday morning at a cost of nearly $50.
“A big dent in the wallet,” she said. The high price of gasoline is putting the brakes on her spending, entertainment. “The unnecessary things, like I see a purse I want but just can’t do that anymore.”
AAA said gas prices have risen for the past 32 days. But the question drivers want answered is why are prices so high?