Falling oil prices have been a boon to drivers. Now, the thirst for gasoline is revving up the oil market. Increasing gasoline demand has been a force behind the recent oil rally, which has lifted U.S. crude prices 46% since early February. Several factors have combined to produce a rise in gasoline consumption, including an unusually mild winter and an economy that added more than 200,000 jobs in both February and March. Consumers also are buying more sport-utility vehicles and trucks, which burn fuel less efficiently. Meanwhile, pump prices are among the lowest in 12 years. The result: U.S. gasoline demand hit record levels in March. Government estimates released Wednesday show consumption averaged more than 9.4 million barrels a day in the four weeks that ended Friday. That is a level usually found only during peak summer driving season, and it compares with roughly 8.8 million barrels a day […]