Our favorite Kansas City metro podcaster shares a dire prediction and a glimpse of future pain at the pump.
Sadly, those KCMO bike lanes are starting to look just a bit more practical for broke-ass locals like this town's least favorite blogger.
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"Gas companies across America are reconfiguring their pumps to accommodate $10 per gallon fuel. Just a couple months ago, this was an online spoof... I'll tell you how it became reality."
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A national gas station chain is reprogramming its pumps in Washington state to accommodate the possibility of $10-a-gallon gasoline The average price of gasoline across the country reached $4.57 on Wednesday - almost twice the $2.41 average during Trump's last month in office Other stations in the state have begun
A 76 gas station in Auburn, Wash. has adjusted its pumps to accommodate double-digit per gallon prices.
The surge in gasoline prices is impossible to miss and at the top of consumers' minds as billboards announce that gas now costs $4, or $5, or even above $6 a gallon in some places. With prices at record highs, Americans are feeling the impact at the pump immediately.
California drivers are grappling with the most expensive gas in the nation, shelling out an average $6.06 per gallon as of Thursday. That could soon be the fate of drivers in the rest of the nation, according to a JPMorgan analyst, who predicts the national average per gallon price could reach $6.20 this summer.
CINCINNATI - While Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland were all recently named some of the best cities in the country to commute in, according to Clever.com, many people are looking for alternate ways to get to work because of increasing gas prices.
Gas prices continued hitting record highs this week, as the average gallon of gas now costs at least $4 in all 50 states for the first time ever, according to the auto club AAA. Just three states - Georgia, Kansas, and Oklahoma - hadn't crossed $4 a gallon on Monday, but they all saw jumps on Tuesday to hit that threshold.
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