It may be time to dust off your summer road trip plans. Instead of soaring this summer, gas prices across the US have been falling.
The national average price for a gallon of gasoline fell to under $3.50 today, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report. That's 15 cents cheaper than a year ago and far below the $5 a gallon averages some drivers had been bracing for.
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Gas is below $4 a gallon on average everywhere but Alaska and Hawaii, AAA's data show.
Los Angeles is seeing gas prices of below $4 a gallon for the first time since February, but the Los Angeles Times said smoothly functioning refineries are a key to keeping fuel prices down in the state.
Atlanta drivers are doing even better, with some finding gas for as little as $3.06 a gallon, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said.
Falling oil prices have been pulling down gas prices across the US.
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