March 31 (Reuters) - The average price for U.S. gasoline jumped past $2 a gallon this week, but motorists are still better off at the pump as fuel costs from February to April increased at the lowest rate in five years. [ID:nN30357526] Based on the Energy Department's weekly survey of service stations, the change in the price for a gallon of regular gasoline from February to April in the last eight years is as follows: Feb 1* April 1* Difference Percentage Price Price in Price Difference ...
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