Here’s a more professional version of the $4 gas story than the last one I posted:
Gasoline prices: Expect $4 by Memorial Day
by Paul Wilson
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Don’t expect relief at the pump in 2008, especially after gasoline prices stabilized in the $3-per-gallon range during the past few months rather than fall as they normally do in the post-Labor Day period.
In fact, don’t be surprised if you’re paying $4 a gallon on Memorial Day weekend, said Brad Proctor, founder of Dayton-based GasPriceWatch.com.
“You’ll start seeing the ramp-up around March, all through April and all through May,” Proctor said.