Gas May Finally Cost Too Much

From BusinessWeek Gas May Finally Cost Too Much

"Now, with nationwide gasoline prices having passed the inflation-adjusted record of $3.40 a gallon set back in 1981, the U.S. Energy Information Administration is predicting that gasoline consumption will actually fall 0.3% this year. That would be the first annual decline since 1991. "

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