By DeJanay Booth

 (CBS Detroit) –  Michiganders are continuing to pay more at the pump.

According to AAA Michigan, the current state average is at $3.43 as of Monday — an increase of $1.43 from this time last year.

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The prices also jumped 16 cents from last week and set an new 2021 high.

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AAA says supply and demand and skyrocketing crude oil prices are causing the increase at the pump.

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