According to "The Courant"
The gas prices in Connecticut have been in a range of about $3.64-$3.67 since the beginning of Febuary. However, as the months pass by the price could likely hit $4.00 by the Summer of 2011. One gas station manager who didn't want to identify himself said "We're not the only kid on the block. With these kinds of prices, even my loyal customers are going down the road for cheaper prices. People are shopping around." The gas prices have always been a problem since 2008. Most people are now taking advantage of car-pooling and tipping the driver for gas money rather than driving their own cars to save fuel.