Need gas? Now may not be the best time to fill up your tank

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OKLAHOMA CITY – If you have been waiting to fill up your tank, you might want to hold off a little longer.

Gas prices are the highest they have been since September 2013.

The average price for a gallon of unleaded gas in Oklahoma is now $3.41, which is about ten cents lower than the national average.

According to AAA the price increase in gas is due to seasonal refinery maintenance and the approaching switch-over to producing summer-blend gasoline.

Fuelcaster, an online gas price predictor, is recommending Oklahoma City residents wait until tomorrow to fill up their tanks.

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