It’s beginning to feel a lot like springtime 2008 around Southern California.
Warmer weather. Check.
Presidential election heating up. Check
$4 gasoline prices. Check, unfortunately.
After a winter of slight increases, the average cost of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the Riverside-San Bernardino region leapt 16 cents in eight days — and a nickel overnight — to $3.95 on Friday. Barring an unexpected decline, many drivers said they expect gas to hit $4 on average by Monday.