Gas Prices Rise, Spring Break Plans Still a Go
What goes up must come down. Everything, it seems, except gas prices. Another spike comes just as thousands of students prepare to pack their cars and head out of town for spring break. Despite the higher prices, some college students said their spring break plans won't be curtailed.
"I mean maybe the prices in gas will limit what we do once we get there but we're still gonna go. I mean we have a couple of years as college students we want to take advantage of it," said UF student William Owens.
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