According to the non-profit American Automobile Association, the average cost of a gallon of Regular gasoline rose to $4,452 by Saturday morning.

The cost of gasoline at gas stations in the United States for the fourth time in a week set a new historical maximum, reaching $4,452 per gallon (3,785 liters). This is evidenced by the data published on Saturday by the non-profit American Automobile Association, which tracks prices for more than 60 thousand gas stations in the country.

According to her, the average cost of a gallon of Regular gasoline by Saturday morning rose to $4,452 in the United States (on Friday, this figure was $4,432). The highest gasoline prices in the country traditionally remain in the state of California, where motorists will have to pay an average of $5,926 per gallon.

Gasoline prices in the United States have been steadily rising throughout the week. The increase in the cost of fuel is taking place against the backdrop of rising global oil prices, despite attempts by the White House to counter this trend. A year ago, the price of gasoline was kept at three dollars per gallon.