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The national average for a gallon of gas is hovering around 380 right now for 35 in California according to AAA and some analysts think it'll keep climbing as we head into summer.
So it's no wonder in cities along the border people are driving into Mexico to fill up their tanks where the price for a gallon of gas is around a buck fifty less.
I do work with a lot of people who don't do -- across the border and gas and other stuff but they're risking their lives and there's no way I would do it.
And that's one worry the US State Department has issued travel alerts because of drug cartel violence just goes to show off how how much Americans believe in low gas prices and how far they're willing to go the reason it's so cheap is because the Mexican government.
Regulates prices economy wrote relies on cheaper gasoline because residences can't afford.
The higher cost but while the price may be right for some.
The same can't always be -- about how good the product is there may be an unknown quality.
Of the gasoline than -- purchasing -- Mexico.
And they certainly likely would.
Void the warranty of their vehicles engines that's not gonna stop some drivers we spoke with who say if prices here keep rising.
Mexico is one way to help get by par five dollar down here.
And cheaper down there like around two dollars -- gotten I would vote -- there's no way to really -- just how many Americans are going into Mexico to fill up their tanks.
But the folks at gas buddy dot com estimate.
The number is in the thousands.
In Los Angeles Casey Stegall Fox News.
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