Gas prices hit a record in North Dakota in 2008, when the price for a gallon of gas was around four-dollars-and-8 cents. That record is in the dust.
According to Gasbuddy.com, drivers at some stations in Bismarck are paying from $4.14 a gallon for midgrade gasoline to $4.49 for premium.
One expert believes we haven't even seen the highest price yet. Eugene Graner is the President of Heartland Investor Services. It's easy for us to blame the owner of the gas station, but Graner say that's not the case.