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Gas prices: The rising cost for shuttling kids to school, sports and other events
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Shuttling kids back and forth from school, extracurricular actives, sports or even school events has become even more of a burden with gas prices hitting record levels.
On Friday, the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline reached a record high of $4.43, according to data from AAA.
It's hitting every family differently. Some families are so inundated with their schedule that they told FOX Business they rely on any pump they can. Other families are strategically planning out their schedules in order to find the cheapest pump and using some apps like GasBuddy to do it.
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Kristin Faulder and her husband, Joe, are working parents with two children living in Nashville. They have one car and a plethora of places to get to every week.