As Gas Prices Hit Record, Here’s How to Get Better Mileage

The dollars-and-cents counter on the gas pump seems to be spinning faster these days with U.S. prices hitting another record high.

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FILE - Gasoline prices are displayed at a gas station in Vernon Hills, Ill., Friday, April 1, 2022. The dollars-and-cents counter on the gas pump seems to be spinning faster these days with U.S. gasoline prices hitting another record high on Tuesday, May 10. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
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DETROIT (AP) — The dollars-and-cents counter on the gas pump seems to be spinning faster these days with U.S. prices hitting another record high on Tuesday. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded hit $4.37, according to AAA, 17 cents higher than just a week ago. Last year at this time it was just $2.97 per gallon. Crude oil prices already were high largely because many countries are refusing to buy Russian oil…

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