Gas Prices Averaging Over $4 A Gallon In SoCal Could Increase Due To Fuel Driver ShortageGas prices around Southern California are averaging just over $4 per gallon and rising each day for the past week. But things could get worse because the fuel tanker industry is seeing a shortage in drivers.
Gas Prices On The Rise Across Southern CaliforniaEarly in the pandemic, drivers saw lower gas prices, but now the cost of gas appears to be on the rise.
Southern California Gas Prices Soar Past $4 Per GallonTwo weeks of daily price hikes have sent the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline well over the $4 mark across the region, even in outlying areas where prices are usually cheaper.
Why California Drivers Pay Highest Gas PricesThe national average is $2.12 per gallon. California drivers pay $2.78.
LA, OC Gas Prices SkyrocketLos Angeles and Orange County overnight saw the largest one-day price hike in months.
Tips, Smartphone Apps Can Help Drivers Save Their Gas MoneySouthern Californians may not find relief at the gas pump any time soon, so here are a few tips to conserve fuel.
High Gas Prices Pinch California College Students' BudgetsAcross the country, record high gas prices have put a dent in the pocketbooks of nearly everyone.
Inland Empire Gas Prices Rise To Highest Since 2008The average price of gas in the Inland Empire has increased six consecutive days.