Gasoline prices continued to set record highs Tuesday, and a new forecast from the U.S. government said the $4 barrier could be broken this summer.
The statewide average hit a record $3.72 for a gallon of self-serve regular, a 14-cent increase over last month, AAA of Northern California said. The Sacramento average was also a record $3.72, up 15 cents since AAA's previous monthly survey.
AAA said the most expensive gas, among the California markets it surveyed, was in Tahoe City, where the average hit $3.90 a gallon. Next highest, at $3.88, were San Francisco and San Mateo.
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