Retail gasoline prices in Texas and across the U.S. have declined this week by 3 cents to settle at $2.59 per gallon.
Are you gassing up and getting ready for a weekend road trip? If so, you’ll need some extra change when pulling up to the pump. Retail gasoline prices are up 2 cents this week across Texas.
After dipping well below the $2 mark, gas prices across North Texas are creeping back up.
If gas prices go up, delivery companies charge you for the fuel. Okay. So if prices go down, you pay less, right? Wrong! You’re still paying the same amount and in some cases even more.
Gas prices in North Texas are among the lowest in the country right now. What’s more, the current average of $2.83/gallon is well past a three-year low, even for the seasonal dip that occurs each fall.
Retail gasoline prices across the state continue to drop as millions of Texans prepare to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have risen slightly as drivers take to the roads for the holiday season.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas edged up slightly but continue to remain much lower than this time last year.