HOUSTON (AP) - The price of gasoline in Texas has risen another 2 cents this week.
AAA Texas reported Thursday that the average price of regular unleaded gasoline is now at $3.59. The national average is also up 2 cents to $3.76.
The travel agency reports that spring break travelers in Texas will pay about $50 for a 14-gallon fill-up. That's about $2 higher than what travelers were paying a year ago.
The most expensive gas in Texas is in El Paso at $3.66. Amarillo has the least expensive average at $3.41.
AAA Texas says oil prices remained flat the past week.
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