The unrest in the Middle East is continuing to push up oil prices.
The cost of a barrel of Brent crude has risen 20 per cent since the beginning of the year, going from about $95 to nearly $114.
Rob Reynolds reports from Los Angeles on the effect the price hikes are having on consumers.
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