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Posted at 08:46 AM ET, 05/03/2011

Gas prices continue their climb

What are you paying for a gallon of gas?

According to the Daily Fuel Gauge Report from AAA, whether you are in the District, Maryland or Virginia, you’re paying more than you did a week ago and probably more than you would have Monday.

The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded in the District now stands at $4.18, up from $4.079 a week ago. A year ago it was more than a dollar cheaper, $3.027.

In Maryland the average is $3.972, up from $3.89 a week ago and a comparatively low $2.868 last May.

The average in Virginia is lower than the two other jurisdictions, with a gallon of regular unleaded at $3.868. It was $3.793 a week ago and $2.804 a year ago.

Meanwhile, here are some tips for saving gas, and you can weigh in on how the prices are affecting your habits with our survey.

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By Washington Post Editors  |  08:46 AM ET, 05/03/2011

Categories:  Driving

 
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