Gas Prices Are Cheaper This Labor Day Compared To Last Year

September 1, 2014


(Undated)  --  Holiday drivers are catching a break at the pumps this Labor Day weekend.  "GasBuddy" Co-Founder Jason Toews [[ TAVES ]]  says prices have only gone up half-a-cent leading into the holiday weekend.  The national average is hovering around three-42-per-gallon.  The highest prices are in Honolulu at four-24-a-gallon.  Toews believes gas prices will plummet on an average of 32-cents in the winter months, bringing the national average to around three-10-a-gallon.

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