A typical Michigan driver would initially pay roughly $4.60 more a month in state gasoline taxes under a gradual tax increase proposed to boost funding for road repairs.
A bill moving through Lansing could give a big tax break to oil and gas companies.
The Michigan Public Service Commission last week issued the “Michigan Energy Appraisal: Summer 2013.” The appraisal, published since 1978, reviews the projected prices and availability of energy in Michigan over the coming months.
“Saving money on gas” tops consumers wish list.
AAA Michigan says gasoline prices are up about 9 cents per gallon during the past week to a statewide average of $3.41.
City officials, environmental regulators and a company are investigating a gasoline leak that apparently came from a tank at mid-Michigan gas station earlier this year.
An overwhelming majority of consumers believe that fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks should be improved, according to a new poll by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
If you like the sound of cheap gas, then you should make it a mission to stop in Ypsilanti at the Kampus Korner BP on North Huron Street for a fill-up Saturday morning.
The news just keeps getting better for Michigan motorists, as gasoline prices across the state fell at least another 14 cents a gallon over the past week.
While one analyst is predicting four-dollar a gallon, a former Shell Oil exec says we could be paying five dollars for a gallon in 2012.