Motorists are already seeing higher prices at the pump this week, and Triple-A says prices will move even higher now. That’s because OPEC has announced plans to cut crude oil production by one-point-two million barrels a day, a move aimed at draining a global glut that led to lower fuel prices the last two years. In Florida, the average price for a gallon of regular is up six cents from last week to two-dollars 16 cents. In Englewood, the average is two-08, up four cents. In North Port, it’s two-06, up eight cents; and in Venice, it’s two-10, up eight cents.