Long gas lines, price hike mar holiday season in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The holiday season has been a little less merry for car owners in Mexico as gasoline shortages in many parts of the country have forced grumbling customers to contend with hours-long lines.

A taxi driver fills containers in his trunk with gasoline after waiting for hours at a fuel station in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, late Friday, Dec. 30, 2016. Most of the city's fill-up stations were closed on Friday night because they were out of gas, and drivers waited up to three hours at this pump. On Jan. 1, Mexicans will start paying market prices for gasoline as part of a price deregulation, triggering gasoline shortages in many parts of the country. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)MEXICO CITY (AP) — The holiday season has been a little less merry for car owners in Mexico as gasoline shortages in many parts of the country have forced grumbling customers to contend with hours-long lines.


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Long gas lines, price hike mar holiday season in Mexico