75% of Americans will change their lifestyles if a gallon of gasoline becomes more expensive than $5
75% of Americans will be forced to rethink their lifestyles if U.S. fuel prices continue to rise and reach $5 a gallon, a survey released by the nonprofit American Automobile Association shows.
It said 59 percent of respondents also said they would need to change their personal transportation habits at a $4-a-gallon gasoline price, plan their routes more carefully to combine personal business and work-related travel, and cut back on shopping trips.
The cost of gasoline at gas stations in the U.S. is renewing its all-time high for the third consecutive day, topping $4.31 per gallon of Regular on Thursday. In California, the price per gallon of gasoline has already topped $5.
President Joe Biden said Tuesday that fuel prices for ordinary Americans will continue to rise because of sanctions against Russia.