Gas Prices Jump 11 Cents Nationally

CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) - The average price of self-serve regular
gasoline has hit a record high.

That's according to a survey released today.

Gas prices rose more than 11 cents nationwide to

The previous record adjusted for inflation was
3-dollars-15-cents per gallon in March 1981.

According to the Lundberg Survey of seven thousand gas stations,
a gallon of mid-grade gasoline averaged 3-dollars29-cents, and
premium cost 3-dollars-40-cents.

Nationwide, the lowest price for regular fuel in Charleston,
S.C., and the highest was in Chicago.

In California, regular grade gasoline dropped two cents to

Los Angeles had the cheapest gas while San Francisco was most

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