Ukraine Unrest, Ethanol Lead To Rising Gas Prices
People are paying nearly ten cents more for a gallon of gas than two weeks ago.
The Lundberg Survey says the jump has been spurred by worries about Ukraine and the cost of ethanol.
The average price for a gallon of self-serve, regular unleaded is about three-dollars-51 cents nationally.
The good news is motorists are paying about 23 cents less for a gallon of gas than they were a year ago.
Meanwhile, according to Gasbuddy-dot-com, motorists in Washington were paying $3.55 Sunday for a gallon of unleaded regular.
In Vincennes, it was $3.68.
Unleaded regular wass selling for $3.54 in Loogootee, between $3.59 and $3.62 in Linton, $3.43 in Petersburg, and $3.46 in Jasper.