Press Release: Statewide gas prices averaging $2.66 this Thanksgiving holiday

(Albuquerque, New Mexico; November 19, 2009)

AAA New Mexico: Gasoline Prices Move Up

(Albuquerque, New Mexico; March 6, 2009) —

AAA offers free New Year’s rides

CNJ staff On New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, intoxicated drivers will have another way to get home besides getting behind the wheel of a car. AAA Texas/New Mexico is once again offering its “Tipsy Tow” program to members and non-members alike. From 6 p.m. New Year’s Eve through midnight the following night, drivers […]

Despite U.S. economy, much left to celebrate

Freedom New Mexico There are far worse things than spending Independence Day at home because your household budget is not independent of skyrocketing gasoline prices. AAA’s annual holiday travel survey, released earlier this week, showed a small — slightly more than 1 percent — decrease in the number of people who will travel 50 miles […]

AAA New Mexico weekend gas watch

AAA NEW MEXICO’s WEEKEND GAS WATCH Second week of higher New Mexico gasoline prices, fourth week of lower National prices (Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 8, 2008) – The New Mexico gasoline price average has increased 3.2 cents over the past two consecutive weeks, while the national average has decreased 12.9 cents over the past […]

Feb. 1: AAA New Mexico weekend gas watch

AAA NEW MEXICO’s WEEKEND GAS WATCH New Mexico’s average higher than neighboring states (Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 1, 2008) – New Mexico’s average price per gallon of gasoline is highest in comparison to neighboring states: New Mexico      $2.966 Colorado        $2.908 Arizona         $2.881 Texas           $2.874 Oklahoma        $2.867 The New Mexico average for regular […]

Jan. 25, A.A.A. N.M. gas watch

Albuquerque – Gasoline prices in all of the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch Communities have declined for two consecutive weeks, except for Durango.  The New Mexico average gasoline price per gallon has dropped 3.8 cents and the national average is down 9.7 cents since January 11, 2008. The New Mexico average for regular unleaded […]

Weekend gas watch: AAA N.M.

AAA NEW MEXICO’s WEEKEND GAS WATCH Gasoline Price Rollercoaster (Albuquerque, New Mexico – January 18, 2008) –Gasoline prices in New Mexico are down this week after rising for the last two weeks.  The national gasoline price average is down this week following three weeks of incline. The New Mexico average for regular unleaded gasoline of […]

Experts expect gas prices to continue upward trend

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Gas prices in Clovis and Portales reached $3.15 a gallon Wednesday for regular unleaded gasoline. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Don’t expect the price of gasoline to go down anytime soon. In fact, gasoline prices are going to continue to rise, according to travel and oil industry officials. Gas […]

Millions making long holiday trips

CNJ Staff Albuquerque — An estimated 34.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home this Labor Day weekend, most by motor vehicle, according to a AAA New Mexico news release. That’s about the same number as last year but a drop from the 34.8 million who traveled the 2005 Labor Day weekend, […]

Pricey at the pump

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Larry Devaney fills his tank Thursday at a gas station on Mabry Drive. An electrician from Melrose, Devaney said when it comes to rising gas prices, “you got to pass (the cost) down to the customer. It’s not making things easy.” By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A recent spike […]

Fuel duel: Fire marshal ends gas war on Prince

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Gas prices dropped to 49.9 cents a gallon Wednesday at the Allsup’s at the corner of Prince Street and Llano Estacado. (Staff photo: Andy DeLislie) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer When a fevered gas war between rival convenience stores snarled traffic at one of the city’s busiest intersections Wednesday afternoon, Clovis Fire Marshal Allan […]

Diesel fuel prices staying high

By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer As regular unleaded gas prices continue falling, diesel fuel remains at a near-record high. According to New Mexico AAA officials, diesel prices are up about 44 percent from last year while gasoline prices are up 22 percent over the same time period. The hurricanes that swept across the Gulf […]