We’re Pumped: Gas Prices Take Summer Dive

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Get your motors running! Road trippers and weekend warriors are happy something is finally going in the right direction. Yes, we’re pumped about gas prices.

They’re heading south for the second half of summer drive time.

According to Gasbuddy.com, tanks in Texas are getting filled up at an average of $3.28 a gallon.

Just be glad we’re not living elsewhere.

A map on the website shows the varying gas prices around the country. The West coast is feeling the most pain right now with prices hovering close to $4.00. While the Midwest and states along the Southern coast are paying closer to $3.00 a gallon.

And, the good news keeps on coming for drivers.
Predictions from analysts say prices will stay low, the lowest they’ve been in four years, through mid-September.

So, pack up the family and squeeze in one more road trip.

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