WASHINGTON, Dec 20 (Reuters) - U.S. drivers paid more for gasoline for a fourth straight week as the average cost of a gallon approached $3, the Energy Department said on Monday, with rising crude oil pushing up pump prices. The national price for gasoline increased by 0.2 cent over the last week to an average $2.98, the highest motor fuel cost on record for this time of year heading into the Christmas travel holiday. Gasoline has already hit $3 in many parts of the country. As a ...
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