Today’s national average price of gas is $2.44 per gallon, which is 99 cents per gallon less than a year ago. El Paso has the most expensive gasoline statewide at $2.48 per gallon. Highway 316 in Dacula, according to gasbuddy.com. “When gas prices drop, travelers have additional disposable income, meaning more money to spend on
The national average price of gasoline fell to $2.44 Thursday, nearly $1 a gallon cheaper than last year
Yvonne Hemsey/Getty Images By JONATHAN FAHEY NEW YORK -- It has been more than a decade since U.S. drivers paid so little to fuel up for that last road trip of summer. The national average price of gasoline this Labor Day weekend will...Show More Summary
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She said their survey also found that 63 percent of those that are traveling will be staying one night or more at their destination, and 35 percent will only be taking day trips. It was 99 cents cheaper than a year ago, AAA said. The survey, covering residents of Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia
“Historically, more Americans have shown a higher tendency to travel when Labor Day weekend begins in August”. Overall, motorists nationwide are paying less for gas, with 45 states showing prices off at least a nickel a gallon. Yolanda Rodriguez, 57, of Long Branch was one of them. Despite the sub $2 gas in the Southeast,
With oil prices at six-year lows, now is a tempting time for consumers to buy a bigger car, fill it up with cheaper gas and hit the road. The smarter move is to use this moment to accelerate the shift to renewable energy. While increased U.S. oil production has delivered short-term [...]
Gasoline prices on Labor Day Weekend are at their lowest since 2004.
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With gasoline prices on the decline and airfares dropping, more Southern Californians are expected to travel this Labor Day weekend.
After the spike in the Midwest, gas prices dip sharply.
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Gas prices won’t always be so low, but while they are, automakers are taking full advantage of the revived popularity of SUVs and crossovers. As such, every mainstream automaker now offers at least one type of SUV or crossover, and even high-end brands like Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini are getting in on the action. Show More Summary
A downward spike in domestic wholesale gas prices could radically reshape the outlook for the gas industry.
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Due to rising incomes and low gas prices, 35.5 million Americans are expected to travel next weekend, the most since Labor Day 2008. [ more › ]
Gas prices in the Chicago area are dipping in time for the Labor Day holiday after a massive outage at a nearby refinery caused the local cost of gas to spike as national oil prices were hitting a six-year low.
While we’ve all been dancing around at the gas pump over the news that fuel prices are cheap nationwide right now on average and will keep dropping until it’s below $2 a gallon, there’s a potential down side to the cheap gas glory: an estimated 35.5 million Americans will hit the road for Labor Day weekend, spurred in part by … [More]