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Cheapest gasoline in 5 years spurs uptick in summer travel

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Cheap gasoline prices are causing more drivers to take to the highways, with an estimated 41.9 million people expected to travel more than 50 miles this Independence Day, the highest total since 2007, according to AAA.
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Gasoline prices have reached their 2015 peak

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Pump prices have reached their highest point and should continue to fall for the rest of the summer as refineries run hard to process a glut of cheap oil, providing U.S. drivers the cheapest gasoline in six years.
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Fuel prices rise, but gasoline remains cheapest in years for summer driving season

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Drivers planning a Memorial Day road trip won’t score the huge fuel discounts once expected, but they’ll still be able to buy gasoline for nearly $1 cheaper per gallon than the same time last year.
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AAA: Millenials are finally buying gasoline

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Americans under 35 are almost twice as likely as those above that age to report driving more because of the $1-a-gallon drop in prices at the pump over the past year.
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Gasoline prices jump 11 cents as crude rises

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Rebounding crude prices have caused gasoline prices to tick up again, but fuel still remains at its cheapest seasonal level in six years.
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AAA: Cheap summer gasoline on the way

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The average price for gasoline in March was $2.43 per gallon, the cheapest for the month in six years.
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Americans drove more than 3 trillion miles last year

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The 33 percent slide at U.S. pumps, combined with an improving job market, touched off a national spending spree on sport utility vehicles, vacations and Christmas presents.
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Gasoline prices falling again on crude plunge

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After 40 days of climbing, gasoline prices have started falling again as crude continues to tumble, offsetting seasonal increases in fuel prices.
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Gasoline’s new price streak points upward

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Gasoline prices have risen over the past week, mostly because of seasonal factors that typically send the price up in the final weeks of winter.
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Truckers gaining from diesel’s drop

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Diesel’s drop will aid everyone from truckers to industrial users such as Bortz, chief executive officer of Towne Construction Services in Batavia, Ohio, which uses 300,000 gallons of diesel a year.