By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The average price U.S. drivers paid for gasoline soared 8.7 cents a gallon over the last week to the highest level so far this year, the government said on Monday. The national price for regular unleaded gasoline hit $2.38 a gallon, up 13 cents from a year ago and the most expensive since last September, according to the federal Energy Information Administration's weekly survey of 800 service stations. The much larger Lundberg survey of ...
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