in the United States are at a high, even breaking 2008’s . This is amidst Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a report said.
As per, the of regular gas in the . as of this morning is $4.17, breaking 2008’s $4.11 . Today’s national average is an increase from Monday’s $4.06 and the $3.60 recorded last week.
Diesel price is currently at $4.75/gallon, approaching 2008’s $4.84.
are expected to balloon throughout the year. GasBuddy, a fuel-savings app, projects that will likely average $4.25 in May and continue to be above $4 until November.
As of this morning, 28 states have averageabove $4. Only South Dakota, Kansas, Missouri, , and Arkansas have averaged under $3.80. The cheapest state to get gas is , at $3.71. Meanwhile, the average gas price in is $5.44/gallon, according to .
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, among other factors, continues to cause fuel
This story originally appeared on USA Today.