Prices at the pump continue to move in the wrong direction. The average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. is now at $4.38 a gallon, after jumping another 15 cents over the last two weeks. That’s just five cents shy of March’s record of $4.43 per gallon – and a full $1.36 higher than one year ago. The most expensive gas in the country? $5.85 in San Francisco. The cheapest? Tulsa, Oklahoma, where gas costs “only” $3.80 a gallon. According to AAA Carolinas, the average price for a gallon of gas in NC has increased to 4.09. With the Memorial Day holiday weekend coming up, travelers will feel the pain at the pump. Have you had to make adjustments to account for the price of gas? Are you driving less, or making cuts elsewhere?