Hey, Indiana is in the vanguard!
The price of an average gallon of regular gas surpassed the $3.90 mark Wednesday, moving to within a dime of the $4 threshold.
The average price rose 1.3 cents to $3.911 in the latest daily survey conducted for the motorist group AAA. The price has risen for 19 consecutive days.
The current price compares to just below $3.70 a month ago, and just below $3.59 a year ago.
Gasoline averages more than $4 a gallon in 10 states and the District of Columbia.
Lucky us, we're one of the 10 states (see map here).
I don't know what other people's threshold is, but I confess to a having little stomach lurch when I saw that the price had climbed over $4 -- guess that's mine. I filled up the other day with my Kroger/Scott's card and got 30 cents a gallon off; it's usually 10 and occasionally 20. I felt ridiculously grateful.