By John Dodge
CHICAGO (CBS) — Gasoline prices nationally are expected to be at their highest mark since 2008, but at least in Chicago prices are dropping.
However, a price drip here is a relative term, as the area has historically had some of the more expensive gasoline in the United States.
Currently, the average price for regular gasoline in Chicago is $4.04, down from $4.11 last week, according to Gas Buddy.
However, that is still above last year’s average of $3.98.
The record aver ...
Full article at: CBS Chicago
Jul 1 2014, 11:20am CDT