The passing of the first quarter of a given year brings with it some inevitable certainties – the progressive challenge of sticking to one’s New Year resolutions, the start of MLB spring training, March Madness and…an acute rise in gasoline prices.
While the annual passing of the first three points has been in existence for numerous decades, the same can’t exactly be said for the large bounce in gas prices.
From 1992 – 2004, gas prices increased by an average of 13 cents from the beginning of the year to the start of the summer. However, from 2005 – 2012 gas prices grew by an average of ...
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