NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - For the second consecutive day, the price of U.S. regular gasoline hit an all-time high, the American Automobile Association said on Wednesday. The average price for regular gas hit $1.74 a gallon, up two-tenths of a cent from the prior record reported just Tuesday by the AAA. The high before that had been set late last summer, the traditional season of high demand for the motor fuel. AAA is the largest motorist and travel group in the United States and ...
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