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Gas Prices Are Going Up. Here’s How Much More You’ll Pay This Year Based On Your Exact Car: Owners of Ford F-series trucks — the most popular vehicle in 2017 — will pay about $413 more in gas this year compared to last year, according to government estimates. Honda Civic and Toyota Camry drivers, meanwhile, will face increases of $206.

Those figures are based on the Energy Information Administration’s estimate that gas will cost an average of $2.79 a gallon in 2018, up 37 cents from last year’s average. The calculation also assumes you’re doing as much driving as the average American — about 13,000 miles a year.

Gas prices jumped 1.7 percent in May alone, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, outpacing an increase of 0.2 percent across all consumer goods.

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Gas Prices Are Going Up. Here’s How Much More You’ll Pay This Year Based On Your Exact Car: Owners of Ford F-series trucks — the most popular vehicle in 2017 — will pay about $413 more in gas this year compared to last year, according to government estimates. Honda Civic and Toyota Camry drivers, meanwhile, will face increases of $206.Those figures are based on the Energy Information Administration’s estimate that gas will cost an average of $2.79 a gallon in 2018, up 37 cents from last year’s average. The calculation also assumes you’re doing as much driving as the average American — about 13,000 miles a year.Gas Prices Are Going Up. Here’s How Much More You’ll Pay This Year Based On Your Exact Car: Owners of Ford F-series trucks — the most popular vehicle in 2017 — will pay about $413 more in gas this year compared to last year, according to government estimates. Honda Civic and Toyota Camry drivers, meanwhile, will face increases of $206.Those figures are based on the Energy Information Administration’s estimate that gas will cost an average of $2.79 a gallon in2018, up 37 cents from last year’s average. The calculation also assumes you’re doing as much driving as the average American — about 13,000 miles a year.