MADISON (WKOW) -- Americans paid a record high prices for gasoline in 2012.
According to Triple-A, 2012 set a record for the highest average price for a gallon of regular: $3.60.
Triple-A says the high cost was due to hurricanes, refinery outages and tensions in the middle east.
But some relief could be coming in 2013.
Triple-A expects prices to be lower because of rising domestic oil production and decreased demand.
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