California Gas Prices Soar to Record High

The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in California reached a record high on Monday.

Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!

The statewide average increased to $4.68 a gallon Monday, according to figures from the AAA, Fox 11 reported.

“This new average surpasses the previous record of $4.67 set in Oct, 2012,” the outlet continued:

The average price of regular gasoline in California is $1.27 higher than the current national average of $3.41, according to AAA. The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose seven-tenths of a cent Monday to $4.672, moving within 3.3 cents of the all-time high.

The average price rose 1.4 cents Friday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service. It is 7.9 cents more than it was one week ago, 20.8 cents more than one month ago and $1.523 higher than one year ago.

In a social media post on Thursday, oil and refined products analyst Patrick De Haan said average gasoline prices in California were at all-time record highs, “beating out both 2012 and 2008 records. $4.68/gal today statewide average”:


  1. Robin Itzler says

    Facebook is filled with photos from across the United States showing “high” gas prices that would make Californians so happy! It is truly heartbreaking for those who have no wiggle room in their budgets to handle the increased cost of gas and food.

  2. Just keep voting for liberals especially Pretty Boy Newsom and this is what you get. Wait until they take away all petroleum products and put you in “electric” cars. Oh I forgot to mention, we won’t have any electricity either. Yep, keep pulling the “D” handle!

  3. And to think in the not to distant past we had low inflation, real economic growth and, energy independence. At least we have no mean Tweets.

  4. What’s really refreshing about it all is the fact that gas stations with the same logo in the same burg have a forty-cent differential in what they charge you for a gallon of gas. I’m sure the O AND G industry has someone on staff to explain this anomaly to a wretch such as I.

Speak Your Mind