Texas Fuel Prices Pinching Consumers In The Wallets

By San Antonio Business Journal

Retail gasoline prices throughout Texas continued to rise for the second consecutive week in response to the increase in the commodity price for crude oil.

San Antonio drivers can expect to pay $2.89 a gallon, a penny more on average over the previous week, according to the AAA Texas Gas Watch. Statewide, motorists are paying $2.94, while the U.S. average is $3.09 a gallon.

Copyright 2011 American City Business Journals

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