Gasoline prices rise again

10/5/2004 | USA Today

Crude oil prices, which topped a record $50 per barrel last week, are main contributors to gasoline prices, which are expected to reach a nationwide average of $2 per gallon in the next few weeks. The cheapest fuel in the U.S. is currently being sold on the Gulf Coast at an average of $1.83 per gallon.

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