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Americans, Get Ready to Pay More at the Pump

Gasoline prices are expected to climb to nearly $2.70 a gallon on average in April

The highest gasoline prices in three years may force U.S. consumers to change driving habits this spring, according to the nation’s biggest motoring group. Prices at the pump are expected to climb to nearly $2.70 a gallon in early April, the highest since the summer of 2015, amid increased demand and more expensive crude, AAA said. In states like California, a return to $4 a gallon is also possible.

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