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Average gas prices--August 13, 2012

Consumer Reports News: August 13, 2012 06:08 PM

Gas prices are up in all areas around the country compared to the week before. The national gasoline average is $.12 cents above the price this time last year. Diesel fuel is about 13 cents above this time last year. Premium is $3.99, up eight cents from the week before.

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National regular gasoline prices Price Change from last week
Regular gasoline/gallon
$3.72 .08
Diesel fuel/gallon
$3.97 .12
Regional regular gasoline prices
East Coast
$3.68 .08
--New England
$3.77 .07
--Central Atlantic
$3.73 .09
--Lower Atlantic
$3.61 .08
Midwest
$3.79 .02
Gulf Coast
$3.49 .08
Rocky Mountain
$3.50 .04
West Coast
$3.95 .19
--California
$4.10 .23

Source: Energy Information Administration, 8/13/12. Figures rounded to the nearest cent.

Liza Barth

   

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