Here's what Russia's conflict in Ukraine could mean for US fuel, energy prices – USA TODAY

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If you think gasoline prices are already too high this year, brace yourself for an even bigger shock.
That’s because more drivers are expected to hit the road as the omicron variant fades and the spring driving season arrives. Prices are expected to rise even more if war breaks out in Ukraine or if U.S.-led countries slap heavy sanctions on Russia


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