CALIFORNIA’S FUEL PRICES WILL INCREASE

stay-in-touchAn effort in the California legislature to postpone the inclusion of vehicle fuels in the Cap-and-Trade program was killed by Senate President Pro Tem Darryl Steinberg (D). Therefore, the program will go forward on January 1, 2015, as will our fuel prices.

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It is estimated the initial increase will be $0.13-$0.18 per gallon. The cost in the short and long term will depend upon the cost of carbon credits.

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