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
3-dollars-18-cents.

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
3-dollars-41-cents.

Los Angeles had the cheapest gas while San Francisco was most
expensive.

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