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Posted: Friday, 13 June 2014 3:20PM

Gas Prices Back Up To $3.99 A Gallon; Iraq Unrest Blamed



Gas prices in Michigan's Great Southwest are back up to the $3.99 a gallon mark after being as low as $3.62 yesterday. The 37-cent jump marks the 20th time this year that prices have shot up at least 20 cents in a day. Mark Jenkins of Triple-A says the national average could start edging higher, too.

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GasBuddy.com puts the average price in Michigan at $3.89, up three cents from Thursday and 25-cents a gallon higher than the national average. The most expensive fuel away from the BP station by Detroit Metro Airport in the Lower Peninsula is $4.19 at stations in Fenton and Oxford. As of Friday afternoon, prices were the cheapest north of Grand Rapids in Cedar Springs and Sparta at $3.53.

   

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