U.S. Gasoline Prices Set To Fall Below $4

by Boo_Randy

Unemployed workers in our Biden “recovery” won’t be doing much driving.


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Gasoline prices in the United States fell to a national average of $4.605 on Thursday, with GasBuddy’s Patrick de Haan saying we should see that drop below $4 per gallon by mid-August.

“Americans will spend $165 million LESS today on gasoline than a month ago,” according to de Haan. “We’re on target for the national average to drop to $3.99 by Aug 14,” he added.


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