Wholesale gas prices are falling, but experts are warning Americans about getting too excited ahead of the summer driving season.
“Domestic gasoline demand dipped recently, which took some of the pressure off of pump prices. About 80% of stations are now selling regular for under $5 a gallon,” AAA spokesperson Andrew Gross said in a Tuesday blog post.
He continued, “But July is typically the heaviest month for demand as more Americans hit the road, so this trend of easing prices could be short-lived.”
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