Thursday 27 Feb 2020

Gas Prices Expected To Drop By Thanksgiving

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — Gas prices are on a slow, slight rise in the Carolinas, but AAA Carolinas Spokesperson Tiffany Wright says pump prices should go down in time for the holidays. Wright notes that in wake of the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities a few weeks ago, gas prices are still fluctuating.  Wright says things are settling down in terms of refinery maintenance, and she says she expects prices to go back down by Thanksgiving.


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