The first three months of 2021 have been incredible. Gas prices have been rising
with the national average now sitting 62 cents per gallon more expensive than New
Year's Day. Consumers are also back on the roads. According to GasBuddy fuel
transaction data, weekly gasoline demand set a new pandemic high, with some daily
figures above the pre-pandemic figures for the last couple of weeks. 

GasBuddy’s new study, issued this morning, reveals which cities are having the most
adverse reaction to rising prices in the form of road rage.

California "wins"! The Golden State has the country’s most expensive gas prices,
averaging $3.86 per gallon and coincidentally also four cities on the "cities with
most aggressive drivers" list.