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Talk about pain at the pump! Some Florida drivers are spending nearly $6 a gallon to fill up their gas tanks.

According to GasBuddy.com, motorists are shelling out $5.89 for a gallon of regular gas at a Shell station in Lake Buena Vista, topping out at $5.99 a gallon for premium. It doesn’t get better at a Suncoast Energy station in Orlando, where drivers are paying $5.79 for a gallon of regular.

“Prices over in the Disney World area are much higher than any other place in Florida,” Jessica Brady, AAA spokeswoman, told CBS Tampa, adding that people regularly complain about gas prices in that area.

The Sunshine State is opening up its wallet, paying an average of $3.67 a gallon of unleaded gas, 12 cents more than the national average. And it’s only expected to go up.

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  • Anonymous

    In Australia we have been paying $10.00 plus a Gallon for a very long time.

  • JR

    Obama. Worse than Jimmy Carter. Fact

  • Alex

    It is $8 per gallon in New Zealand. No one is complaining.

  • Highspeedloafer

    I saw $ 3.80 a gallon today in NC.

  • Ragnar

    OK folks so because your government taxes the crap out of fuel to support itself and pay for many of the other benefits you get from your government at low or no cost we should not complain. Do you really think your actual fuel costs are any different than ours? Taxes Taxes Taxes

  • Kirk

    Hey…. These are just a couple of ripoff stations in the Orlando area they don’t even have any signage warning you of the prices,most of the prices are between $3.59-$3.69.

  • The General

    If you want to remain positive about the accelerating cost of fuel, consider this: If you get 20 miles per gallon, and if you wanted to get to point “B”, would you rather push your car there? An if so, how long would it take and how many other people would be required? Viewed in that context, it makes it easier to stand for the $5.79 per gallon considering it would take much more people power than most people can provide to travel even a short distance, and it would certainly cost more than a few bucks.

  • deky

    Florida should be a pretty good state to just take to your bikes in, & avoid that nasty ga$.