Fill ‘er up!

by thoughtfulconservative

From Yahoo! News

Drivers might want to top off their tanks early before hitting the road for Labor Day weekend.

Consumers will likely face higher prices at the pump during the busy holiday period as Tropical Storm Gustav swirls toward the Gulf of Mexico on a path that could disrupt energy production. Any damage to oil and gas facilities — especially along the vulnerable Gulf Coast — could send retail gas prices spiking back above $4 a gallon, analysts say.

But don’t gas prices usually rise around Labor Day?

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