Gas Prices Up Slightly

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -- AAA Michigan says gasoline prices are up 2.5 cents per gallon over the past week to a statewide average of $3.13.
The auto club says Monday the statewide average is 47.5 cents per gallon higher than last year at this time.
Spokeswoman Nancy Cain says the report compares prices from a week ago Monday. Last week, because of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, the auto club reported Tuesday a statewide average of $3.13.
Of the cities it surveys, AAA Michigan says the cheapest price for self-serve regular fuel is in the Saginaw/Bay City area, where it's $3.08 a gallon. The highest average can be found in the Marquette area at $3.17.
Dearborn-based AAA Michigan surveys 2,800 Michigan gas stations daily.

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  • by Anonymous on Jan 24, 2011 at 09:27 AM
    Coming home through Ohio,some gas prices were $3.07.These prices will hurt Mich economy.When many have to have gas,many other things have to be cut back on,even food.This is why a country and states can become ruined.Some rich ones in the oil business knows gas is a needed thing.Greed.Many low incomes working or fixed are really hurting.No wonder why businesses avoid Mich.That GAS TAX is only adding to the problems mich have.Plus what we pay to heat our homes and the tax on that.On the phone bill and light bills and so on.So they keep raising utilities.Greed.Upper gov ones continue to keep their pay and get raises.Social security ones get NOTHING.Programs get cut to help the poor.No wonder all is out of balance.Destroying people lives for the most,is what is going on.
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