Pulling up to the pump this weekend meant pulling out some extra cash, especially for those in the mountains of Colorado or on the West Coast or Midwest.
The single digit temperatures that moved into the Denver metro area could cause some problems for vehicles.
Whether or not working part time is one’s choice, it does have its advantages. Part-time work allows for flexibility which allows workers time to determine whether that job is the right fit.
The Colorado Department of Transportation reported no major delays for drivers heading back home after the Memorial Day weekend.
AAA predicts about 1.6 percent more residents in mountain states will take trips this Memorial Day weekend compared with last year.
The number of travelers in the Mountain Region this Labor Day holiday weekend is expected to drop more than 2 percent over a year ago.
Gas prices are down in the Denver metro area between three and four cents from a week ago. That’s the good news. The bad news is it’s a double-edged sword. Gas prices are down, but so is the economy.
Gas prices went up again overnight in Colorado but AAA says the state has some of the least expensive gas in the country.
Holiday travelers in Colorado and Wyoming are paying the lowest gas prices in the nation.