If you can find a gallon of gas for less than $3.25, buy it.
Patrick DeHaan at GasBuddy.com tells WOOD Radio prices are on their way up.
"Prices in Grand Rapids are on their way to $3.49. We haven't seen prices that high in a while."
DeHaan says we can blame the price hike on a pair of refinery problems and a spike in wholesale oil prices to near $100 a barrel. He doesn't expect to see prices below $3 per gallon in 2014, but doesn't expect prices to skyrocket either.
"Next year will not be as bad of a year as 2013. Even though prices are going up now, rest assured, we don't expect prices in 2014 will be as bad as 2013."
See prices at the pump at this link.