By next month, $4 gas may be in our rear-view mirrors. Falling oil commodities prices will translate to less pain at the pump if analysts’ predictions come true.
According to an AP report, oil prices, which fell 15 percent last week, have already sent the national average gas price downward, slipping one-tenth of a cent to $3.98 a gallon. The change halted a nasty 44-day streak in which prices rose daily. Analysts quoted in the story predict prices will dip to $3.50 by the start of summer.
How have you adjusted your driving habits to save yourself from being shaken down at the pump?
Gas price to drop as oil joins commodities plunge [AP via CBS]