Undated (AP) The Memorial Day weekend has come and gone but the price of gas continues to go up and up.
In previous years, motorists might expect a price break after the holiday, but this year, each new day seems to bring a new all-time high. Today's no exception.
AAA puts the national average for a gallon of regular at a record $3.95. That's a jump of 35 cents in the past month and is 76 cents a gallon higher than it was a year ago.
If you need premium, it's also never been more expensive. The auto club says the national average for premium is $4.35. That's an 84-cent-a-gallon jump over last year
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