Gas prices nationally have gone back up by nearly a dime in the last two weeks. Despite months of stability at the pump, the price of crude oil, which drives the retail cost of gasoline, shot up about $3 a barrel in the past two weeks, closing this past Friday at more than $90 barrel. CBS News says prices have been increasing in the days leading up to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s meeting with European finance officials regarding the continent’s economy. So here’s some gas saving tips to lengthen the time between stops at the pump!
| July 31, 2012 at 8:27 a.m.