Thursday 18 Jul 2019

AAA: Watch For Jump At The Pump

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — Gas prices have remained relatively steady for the past week or so — but get ready — as the Labor Day three day weekend approaches, Kimberly Wright at AAA Carolinas says she is looking for a jump at the pump.

She says prices will likely spike as summer comes to an end and then taper off heading into the fall.

Wright says she does not expect gas prices to top $3 a gallon by Labor Day.

Prices have been relatively steady in recent days in the range of $2.65 to 2.85 a gallon.

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