How long will gas prices continue to increase?

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That's about 24 cents more than at the same time a year ago.

The Lansing area's current average gas price is about $2.67 per gallon.

The gas stations The World spoke to were reluctant to speak about the higher prices and would not allow interviews with customers, however, they did say there have been some complaints about the price increase.

Fuel prices have risen faster in some parts of the country than others.

In Charlottesville, the average cost per gallon has gone up one cent since Friday, to $2.44.

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The Detroit-area's average daily gas price was about $2.70 per gallon, about 2 cents more than last week's average.

Washoe County and Clark County were paying more than $3 after the weekend's price increase. Other expensive states for gasoline are Washington ($3.17), Alaska ($3.13), OR ($3.09), and Nevada ($3.01).

$2.35/g in 2017, $2.14/g in 2016, $2.34/g in 2015, $3.53/g in 2014 and $3.60/g in 2013.

DeHaan said prices at the pump are likely to continue to rise along with the springtime temperatures. Providing hope that the rise may be moderate this year is the fact that consumers are using less gasoline this spring.

However, the latest information from the Energy Information Administration shows gasoline demand is actually down a little bit, hitting its lowest point for the month of March.

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