Rhode Island gas prices hit ‘all-time highs’ for 4th day in a row

The state's average is now $4.71.
This is a file image of gas prices. (WLNE)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — For the fourth day in a row, gas prices have hit “all-time highs” in Rhode Island, according to AAA.

Overnight, prices rose an average of $0.03 per gallon, bringing the state’s current average to $4.71.

That price is almost $0.30 higher than one week ago — when the average across the state was $4.43.


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