Rising Gas Prices: Discover How Historical Gas Prices Have Changed Over Your Lifetime
Do you remember when a McDonald’s hamburger cost just $0.15? Or when movie tickets to see new releases were under $2? Common commodities like these are not the only purchases affected by inflation throughout the years. For example, in 1962, gas price trends averaged about $0.31 per gallon. Today, that cost has increased to nearly $4.
Check out our gas prices infographic to take a stroll down memory lane—and learn more about the history of gas prices and other products.
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Make the most out of rising gas prices
As gas prices continue to surge, let Nationwide Bank help you find ways to shave money from your monthly budget. An auto refinance loan can lower your interest rate and car payment, which gives you more money to use toward rising costs at the pump. Or, consider bundling your home and car insurance policies with Nationwide to qualify for a multi-policy discount.