Gas Prices fall as the Fall Season Approaches


(Mississippi)- The gasoline consumption following the Labor Day holiday, drivers can expect prices to decline. The first 10 days of September should see average U.S. gasoline prices drop by 5-10 cents a gallon. According to GasBuddy.com, the national average is likely to fall under $2 per gallon by Halloween, thanks to cheap oil and cheaper winter gasoline returning.


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