Georgia drivers are feeling more pain at the pump after the average price for a gallon of gas jumped above $3.
The Christmas holiday travel season is not the only reason Georgia drivers are feeling the pinch at the pump this past week as gas prices surged, mirroring a national trend.
After months of lower prices at the pump, the gas tax is back in effect in Georgia.
Georgia drivers have been paying a lot less at the pump while the state's gas tax has been suspended, but that could all change this week.
Gov. Brian Kemp has extended the suspension of Georgia's tax on gasoline for another month.
Authorities in Montgomery County are warning drivers of a growing scam called "pump switching" that could cost victims big bucks.
The temperature isn't the only thing dropping in Georgia this morning.
Gov. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency and suspended Georgia's gas tax to try and battle high levels of inflation.
With the rising oil prices, it now costs more to fill up your tank today than a year ago, but experts think some good news is on the way.
Gas prices in the U.S. are continuing to rise this summer, creating another money headache for Americans. Here's a few factors that are causing the price jump.
The temperatures and gas prices in Georgia are both climbing higher as the summer continues.
It costs Georgians traveling for the Fourth of July almost $17 less than fill up compared to last year.
States have relied on gas taxes for more than a century to maintain the nation's roads
Gas prices decreased slightly for the week ending June 8, AAA said. Despite an increase in gasoline demand, fluctuating oil prices have limited increases at the pump.
According to AAA, drivers are currently paying an average of $3.55 for a gallon of regular gasoline. That is more than $1 lower than a year ago.
Georgia gas price average continues to hold steady at the pump compared to a week ago, according to AAA.
It was brazen, if not bizarre robbery at a Coweta County gas station last week.
BP’s profits have rebounded from last year's losses, and this quarter's earnings have exceeded analysts' expectations. Oil companies have been reporting higher earnings after Russia invaded Ukraine.
If you need to fill up your gas tank, we've got a little bit of good news for you this Monday morning.
It costs Georgians $5 less to fill up at the gas pump compared to this same time in 2022.