Over the years gas prices have gone up and down. When prices go up, even a little, we start to feel anxious. Well, brace yourselves it appears the price at the pump is on the rise once again. Here is how New York fills up compared to the region and rest of the nation, according to AAA, as of January…
Gas prices are on the rise again in the Capital Region and across New York state but I want to know why gas is eight cents more at the same type of gas station just three miles apart. How are gas stations able to do this?
It seems that the only thing anyone is talking about is the Coronavirus. There are many negative conversations swirling around the outbreak. Now there may be a silver lining in the decline of gas prices.
We all travel a ton in the summer and this year it may be a little bit cheaper to take that trip. If you can wait a little bit, don't fill up your gas tank just yet. Gas is going to get cheaper just in time for summer travel.
Just in time for the Spring Break drive to grandma's house, gas prices are dropping around town. Hopefully they will continue to stay low, Summer will be here before you know it. Still, according to the national average the Albany Area remains high.