The LPG Price in Up is a weekly column that tracks the price of gasoline across the nation and highlights the high cost of gas in certain areas.
The column tells the story of the high price of the nation’s favorite liquid fuel in the last several weeks. The price of unleaded gasoline spiked so high that we found ourselves buying more gas than we planned, and we’re glad to be able to bring that story to you.
The LPG Price in Up is now in its 11th week. The last two weeks have seen a dramatic increase in the price of liquid fuel, which has made our column the hottest topic in today’s market. The column tells the story of the high price of the nation’s favorite liquid fuel in the last several weeks. The price of unleaded gasoline spiked so high that we found ourselves buying more gas than we planned, and were glad to be able to bring that story to you.
We are proud that our column is now the most-read column in our paper’s history with nearly 60,000 page views in the last week. The LPG Price in Up is a column that gives the readers of the paper an idea of what the world is really like—and we’re thrilled that you’re interested in knowing the truth about the world, not just the stuff that the media tells you.
A lot of the readers we talk to aren’t aware that gasoline prices have spiked up in the last couple of weeks, but they do see the media’s reports on it, so we’re glad to be able to give them an informed answer. The column is written by a former reporter for The Chronicle. She wrote it on her own time, as well as on a full time basis, so her thoughts are more personal than anyone else’s. We hope you enjoy reading her take on gas prices.
The price of a gallon of gasoline has gone up to $3.95 in some areas, and the national average has gone to $3.69. This means that a gallon of gas now costs about $3.69 more than it did a couple of months ago.
Now you can easily find out exactly when the national average price for a gallon of gas will go above or below the current price. I think that’s pretty simple, but it’s still worth pointing out. The chart doesn’t say if the national average will go up or down, just that it will. The chart also doesn’t say “in this area,” so I don’t think you can be sure that the national average price for a gallon of gas is going to go up.
You can also find out how much you’ll pay for the gas, and how many days it will take for it to go above or below the national average price.
This is why we often call it “gas bubbles” in the middle of the gas price charts. If the price is going up, but the price for gas is still going up, then its not going to go any higher. Because of these bubbles, it’s always possible to find a place where prices are going up by less than the national average. So if the national average price for a gallon of gasoline is $3.21, but the bubble will be higher at $5.
When people say prices are rising, they usually actually mean they’re rising higher. They mean they’re rising higher because they’re spending more time at a higher interest rate.