Pumping Gas During Increasing Gas Prices — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Maridav Florida gas prices continue to decrease after rising 10 cents last week. The Sunshine State’s average rose from $4.01 to $4.11 per gallon. Now, drivers are paying an average price of $4.10 per gallon. “The rollercoaster ride at the pump continues,” said Mark Jenkins,
Uber — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Lutsenko_Oleksandr Your next Uber ride or Uber Eats order may cost a little more than usual. High gas prices have made it harder for drivers of ride-booking apps like Uber and Lyft, which means longer wait times for anyone trying to get somewhere or have food delivered. Beginning on March
Sky High Gas Prices — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Laura Gangi Pond Drivers in the Sunshine State and across the U.S. continue to feel the effects of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine at the pump. On Monday morning, the average price of gasoline was $4.007 per gallon in Florida. This is the most expensive it
Pumping Gas – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Dragana Gordic After Florida drivers have enjoyed a brief period of lower gas prices in recent weeks, Hurricane Ida is likely to make it a bit pricier to fill up. Florida’s average gas prices have gone down during the past three weeks, reaching $2.95 a gallon for
Retro “No Gas” sign – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Everett Collection Florida is feeling the heat at the pumps this week as dozens of gas stations across the state face fuel outages and hour-long lines. It’s almost as if it were a scene pulled right out of the normal hurricane prep outages every year.
Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by AOME1812 In an effort to combat gas pump skimmers, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried has vowed to crack down on the thieves that have catapulted Florida to the top of the fraud charts in America. At a press conference held outside of a RaceTrac gas station, the agriculture commissioner highlighted
Courtesy: Image by IADE-Michoko from Pixabay According to AAA Florida Auto Club, Florida’s average gas prices reached their highest level in the past week since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns began in March earlier this year. Despite the scary thought of “highest price” in actuality, prices are still relatively low. As of December 28, 2020, Florida’s