If Israel decides to attack Iran, drivers can expect gas prices to soar, according to ABC News.
Richard Clarke, a former White House counter-terrorism official said Iranian ships could attack oil tankers or block areas of oil transportation that are vital for the oil industry.
President Obama has discouraged Israel from attacking Iran. However, Clarke believes Obama would open the strategic petroleum reserves in the U.S. to keep prices lower.
Other analysts believe new terror threats would evolve and a new cyberwar would occur in order to gain more information on Iranian activities.
Iran has allegedly began building spy drones, similar to those of the United States, according to The International News.
Israel has said it may bomb Iran by the end of next week, according to The International News.