March 3, 2005 at 9:11 PM EST - Updated July 12 at 9:55 AM
For the first time in several months, gas is above the two-dollar mark. The twenty to twenty five-cent hike comes after a steep increase in crude oil prices.
Crude oil is now over 54-dollars a barrel. It hasn't been that high in about four months. The demand for gas is growing while the U.S. dollar remains weak, causing traders to be worried.
Tri-State motorists can expect to pay as much as $2.10 at some area gas stations. Make sure you aren't paying too much. Too find the cheapest gas prices in your city, FOX19.com has linked a few helpful websites.
And here are a few of the cheapest gas prices in the Tri-State, spotted by FOX 19 viewers: