A new report predicts gasoline prices will stay lower during 2013 compared to last year.
A new report predicts gasoline prices will stay lower during 2013 compared to last year. Gail Weinholzer, spokeswoman for Triple-A-Nebraska, says during 2012, we hit a new record high for the national average price paid at three-60 a gallon.
Gail Weinholzer, AAA-Nebraska "a gallon"
The motor club's report forecasts prices at the pump overall will be some 20-cents a gallon lower in the months ahead than during 2012.
Gas prices in Nebraska are well below the national average and a report predicts they'll stay lower throughout 2013 compared to all of 2012. Gail Weinholzer, at Triple-A-Nebraska, says it's welcome news for motorists.
Weinholzer "throughout the year"
The statewide average for gas is $3.12 a gallon. That's almost 20-cents below the national average of $3.31.
A report predicts gasoline prices should stay much lower in the year ahead than last year. Gail Weinholzer, at Triple-A-Nebraska, says the national average price during 2012 hit a new high at three-60 a gallon, but this year, the peaks should be 20-cents lower. She says several reasons are behind the predictions.
Weinholzer "it has been"
The current average price for gas in Nebraska is $3.12 a gallon. That's well below the national average of $3.31.
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