Chronicles Of Depression 2.0: #162

Alaskans suffer nation’s highest gasoline prices

Think you’re feeling pain at the gas pump? Consider the residents of Lime Village, Alaska, an isolated Denaina Athabascan Indian community where gasoline prices have hit $8.55 a gallon.

The price is severely curtailing movement around the interior Alaska village, where four-wheelers are sitting idle, said Ursula Graham, administrator for the Lime Village Traditional Council.

“Nobody’s going on joy rides, that’s for sure,” Graham said.

Alaska, despite its status as a major crude oil producer, has the highest average gasoline prices of all U.S. states, according to the American Automobile Association. Alaska prices averaged $4.65 a gallon for regular gasoline on Friday, compared with a national average of $4.10, according to AAA.

Emphasis added by me.

Hey, Alaska. Heard of that newfangled Smart car?! (What am I saying?! They’ll make the waiting line longer!!)

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