W.Va. gas prices spike from last week

CHARLESTON (AP) — The up-and-down pattern of gas prices is on the upswing again in West Virginia.

The Triple A’s weekly Fuel Gauge report on statewide pump prices finds that the price of a gallon of gas went up 8 cents this week.

The average $3.51 West Virginians are paying for a gallon of regular unleaded is 15 cents higher than the national average. The auto club says the higher pump prices have a silver lining. That’s because they rose in response to positive economic news.

Fuel prices in the state range from a low of $3.46 in Parkersburg to a high of $3.61 in Martinsburg.

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One Response to W.Va. gas prices spike from last week

  1. You need to get out of the office more before you write.
    Nowhere in Martinsburg is the gas priced at 3.61
    You should spend your time explaining to us why gas in Virginia is .40 less a gallon

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