AAA forecasts that the national gas price average will drop to $2.70 this fall and has the potential to drop even more. That is 14-cents less a gallon compared to today’s price and more than a quarter cheaper than this year’s recorded high of $2.97 set in May.

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The national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline fell to $2.84 for the week ending Aug. 20, as driving demand wanes with the end of summer approaching, according to AAA.

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The vehicle preferences of drivers have been evolving over the last few years, with a notable trend being the increased interest in crossovers and SUVs over sedans.

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According to the Department of Energy, charging an electric car costs about half as much as fueling a gasoline-powered car.

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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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