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No Ceiling Yet For Texas Gasoline Prices

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A woman fills the tank of her car with gasoline. (credit: Getty images/Mark Renders)

A woman fills the tank of her car with gasoline. (credit: Getty images/Mark Renders)

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IRVING (AP) – Climbing retail gasoline prices still have found no ceiling in Texas nor nationwide.

The weekly AAA Texas gasoline price survey released Thursday shows a gallon of regular unleaded climbed by an average of 10 cents across Teas to $3.75 per gallon. The national average rose 9 cents to $3.81.

Dallas and Fort Worth have the state’s most expensive gasoline at $3.79 per gallon, 12 cents more than last week. San Antonio has the state’s least expensive gasoline at $3.67 per gallon, up 9 cents this week.

The Texas average is a dollar more than at this time last year, and the state and national averages are the highest that they’ve been since August 2008.

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