RICHMAND, Virginia (WRIC) – A new record was set on Tuesday morning for the highest average gas prices in the Commonwealth of Virginia and Richmond. statistics from AAA.
The average cost of conventional unleaded gasoline in Virginia is $ 4,103 as of March 8, breaking the $ 4,010 record set in July 2008.
The Richmond average for conventional unleaded gasoline is $ 4,159 as of March 8, and it also breaks the $ 4,006 record set in July 2008. This is an increase of $ 0.14 per night.
Gov. Glen Yangkin blames rising energy prices about “bad federal policies” that “held back the development of American energy”.
Youngkin added that he could do little to fight inflation, as “these problems go beyond what the governor can do. In particular, the governor from one state.
Similar averages are observed in other settlements of the region (as of March 8):
- Chesterfield – $ 4,148
- Hanover – $ 4,152
- Henryka – $ 4,138
- Guchland – $ 4,108
- Prince George – $ 4,100