Soaring gas prices lead California drivers to Mexico for cheaper fuel: report
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Sky-high gas prices are driving some in California to fill up their tanks in Mexico.
Los Angeles' FOX 11 reported Thursday that some drivers with license plates from the Golden State are traveling as far as Tijuana.
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Gas there, the outlet said, is being offered at prices at least $2 less per gallon than in Southern California.
With some stations in California continuing to charge more than $7 per gallon, the Biden administration has moved to cut fuel prices "fairly significantly."
Energy prices have spiked after the U.S. and allies imposed sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.