(Undated) — New Hampshire drivers are really feeling the pain at the pump these days following another big spike in gas prices.
According to Triple A, the average cost for a gallon of regular gas is now four-29.
That’s up 16 cents in just the past week and is 23 cents higher than this time last month.
The national average is four-38 a gallon while the cost of diesel fuel in the Granite State is a record six-21 per gallon.
Analysts say the future of fuel prices is not going to be easy as the war in Ukraine continues and the spread of COVID forces cities that consume vast amounts of oil to institute restriction.