How much are you paying for gas these days?
Unrest in Libya has sent crude oil prices rocketing, resulting in some of the highest gasoline prices in Southern California history.
"In the worst week of gas price hikes so far in 2011, local price averages jumped by nearly a dime to about $3.50 a gallon in most areas," according to the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Weekend Gas Watch.
The average price of self-serve regular gasoline in the Los Angeles area has now climbed even higher, jumping from $3.60 to $3.66 per gallon on Friday, the highest amount on record since June, 2008.
Share with us your tips for the best gas prices in town. Where are you buying your gas? Also, if you've spotted a particularly high gas price in town, please snap a photo of the price sign and note where it is and post it in the photo box to the right of this story!
These pictures reflect the price of gas on Friday and Saturday in the Mar Vista area, where the lowest price per gallon was $3.66 and the highest was $3.89.