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Gasoline in Short Supply in Tijuana

Enlace, Posted: Jun 17, 2008

SAN DIEGO -- An increase in the number of U.S. drivers running away from home gas prices has taken them to the gas stations across the border with Mexico, Enlace reports. Drivers from California are stopping by gas stations in Tijuana, where the gasoline supplies are beginning to scarce. Some gas stations in the area have had to deny selling gas to non-regular customers, both Mexican and American, due to the lack of supplies. A spokesperson from the organization that represents gas stations in Tijuana said this week that gas demand had increased by 25 percent compared to this same season in 2007. Regular gas is sold for $2.54 a gallon, premium for $3.20 and diesel for $2.20.


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