The average cost hit more than $4 a gallon in March, the first time since 2008.
“It is ultimately about supply and demand,” one expert says. And COVID-19.
There isn't a lot of inflation in the U.S. economy overall, but some commodities are spiking higher as the economy recovers.
For things like groceries and gasoline, prices are actually up.
It makes no difference for 70 percent of cars