Gas prices go down in most of nation

By SAMANTHA BOMKAMP Published: November 6, 2012
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NEW YORK — Drivers in the New York area may soon get relief from long lines and higher gas prices.

A week after Superstorm Sandy hit the area, the price of gasoline has increased 10 cents per gallon or more in the New York City area and in hard-hit parts of New Jersey. Images of long lines of cars and interviews with frustrated drivers have become staples in news coverage of the storm’s aftermath.

But across the U.S.,...

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The average price for gasoline Monday in Oklahoma was $3.193 a gallon, nearly 30 cents below the national average, according to AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report. That is about 45 cents lower than it was a month ago. Drivers in Oklahoma City paid an average of $3.133 a gallon, down from $3.621 last month. Tulsa-area drivers paid an average of $3.102. A month ago, the average price was $3.531.

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