Ohio Gas Prices Increased For Second Straight Week

By on Feb 8, 2012 in Business, Economy, Travel, United States, World Comments

For the second straight week, Ohio gas prices increased and Ohio motorists are paying a little more for gas, international news sites reported on February 6, 2012.

According to reports, a survey on Monday, February 6, 2012, from the American Automobile Association, Inc. (AAA), the Oil Price Information Service and Wright Express showed the average price of a regular gas at $3.45 per gallon. It was said to be higher by 6 cents from a week ago.

Meanwhile, regular gas price in Youngstown, Ohio is $3.40, higher by 3 cents from last week, according to a report from Vindy.com.

Tensions in Iran and a potentially low demand for crude oil in Europe were said to be among the factors on why gas prices have remained high for this time of the year. Reports said that compared to last year, motorists were paying an average of $3.15 per gallon in Ohio.

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