Gas prices were significantly lower during Fourth of July this year than they were last year.
Bus companies say locking in gas prices continues to save them money.
Because of anticipated increase in demand, gas prices are on the rise across the U.S.
Senior Petroleum Analyst with Gasbuddy.com Patrick Dehaan said the Midwest is below the average of other areas, mainly due to local supply factors.
Bauer proposes suspending the state’s gas tax and gas sales tax this summer.
Regular gas is more than three-thirty a gallon in some spots across Indiana. Analysts say the unrest in the Middle East is fueling the spikes.
Retail gas prices reach more than $3 per gallon, but, public transportation companies also feel the tug in their budgets.
This winter’s bills could largely depend on the source of the heat.
Gas prices are on the rise, and so is the cost of oil.
Indiana retailers says the recent rise in gas prices is a direct result of the increase in the price of crude.