What the sun will make you pay for: The cost of driving gas

A Florida woman who has a sunburn will be on the hook for more than $3,000 to cover the cost of her gasoline.

A Sunshine State law requires that any person who uses gas in Florida must buy an additional $3 per gallon for each additional gallon sold.

This law is meant to encourage use of gasoline in Florida.

But it’s not the only way the state’s fuel prices are rising.

A new report from the nonprofit advocacy group Fuelwatch found that in October, fuel prices in Florida climbed 8 percent, to $2.86 per gallon.

That’s a 13 percent jump in one month, and the biggest since April.

The Sunflower State also had a 4.4 percent increase in the cost to buy gas, a 15 percent increase over the same period last year, according to the report.

In addition, a fuel tax of $1.25 per gallon has increased by 4 percent.

Florida has the highest gasoline tax in the country, at 15.5 cents per gallon, according the Tax Foundation.

Gasoline is considered the nation’s primary fuel, and fuel prices have been rising in recent years.

The Consumer Federation of America reported in February that average monthly fuel costs in the United States were up 9.4 cents per liter, or $1,600 in 2018.

This is the second consecutive year that fuel prices were higher in the Sunshine State.

In 2014, the state averaged about $2 per gallon in fuel prices, according ToTheSun.com.

FuelWatch said the price increase comes despite the fact that the state has a strong economy and has reduced reliance on oil.

FuelWatch’s analysis found that the average cost of an average household car was up 13 percent last year and fuel costs are up nearly 9 percent for families with children.

But fuel prices aren’t the only reason fuel prices went up.

A large portion of the increase in fuel costs was due to inflation.

Last year, fuel costs rose by about 10 percent, according Fuelwatch.

In 2017, the price of a gallon of gasoline rose 7.8 percent.

That is, fuel is being used up faster than people can pay for it.