It may not come as a surprise, but the cost of fuel is on the rise, and just in time for the holiday season. Although the prices are considerably lower than they were at this same time last year, many people will feel the pinch in their pockets. Prices went up in all regions, except for the Rocky Mountains and California (now THAT'S a SURPRISE), where both areas witnessed a slight drop in price. The hike in fuel prices comes just before Thanksgiving, a day on which it is estimated that nearly 38.9 million people are expected to drive an average estimated distance of 601 miles. Click on the link to read more.
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