The national average price of regular unleaded has reached $2.87 per gallon, which is the most expensive gasoline price since 2014, according to AAA. The price is 1 cent more than a week ago, the same price as a month ago, and 52 cents more than a year ago.

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The national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded declined 4 cents to $2.84 and a level that has not been this low since early May, according to AAA.

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At $2.85, the national gas price average is five cents cheaper than a week ago, 12-cents less than a month ago, but 58-cents more than a year ago. Gas prices have consistently been declining since Memorial Day. On the week, 49 states saw pump prices drop with and motorists in Indiana and Michigan saw double-digit declines.

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The average price of regular unleaded remained steady at $2.97 per gallon over the Memorial Day holiday and could be easing off their spring increase. Crude oil prices have also begun to fall from their three-year high, according to AAA.

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You have no control over the price at the pump. But what you can control is how you drive and maintain your vehicle to increase fuel efficiency. Here are fuel saving tips from www.fueleconomy.gov to implement and start saving fuel today.

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