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Gas prices are still falling ahead of the weekend of busy holiday trips

US drivers spend less to fill than last week and the previous week, and as the cost of crude oil goes down, gas prices rise three times a week in a row.Ready to slide . From

  According to AAA, Thursday's national average is $ 4.86 for a one-gallon regular, down more than eight cents from a week ago. Concerns over the increased risk of a global recession have reduced demand for oil, and crude oil prices have fallen from $ 110 last week to about $ 107 per barrel, travel clubs have released news {13. }  On Monday.

"Oil costs about $ 3 for every $ 4.89 on gas pumps. If oil prices fall further, consumers should be more reassured when refueling," AAA said. Andrew Gross, a spokeswoman, said in a statement. 

RBOB gasoline is currently down near 25c / gap. If the market is closed at this level and the station passes through it soon, the national average will probably be a ball $ 4.39 / gallon park. There is plenty of room for #gaspricesto go down further.

— Patrick DeHaan ⛽️📊 (@GasBuddyGuy)June 30, 2022

Gas prices "continue to fall", so three times a week The fall, GasBuddy's head of oil analysis, Patrick DeHaan, tweeted.

Great drop of 10-20c / gal in the spot#gaspricesToday, the national average is kept low for 3 consecutive weeks ... but hurry It will be full ... Prices will continue to fall!

— Patrick DeHaan ⛽️📊 (@GasBuddyGuy)June 29, 2022

Still, supply could rapidly reverse the declining trend. He warned that there was. 

"Mainly in the event of a hurricane or other unforeseen event, prices may rise and set new records. Oil cuts and production refinements. It's worrisome as demand turns out to be very active in the summer. "

The national average of normal lead-free gas hit a record high of just over $ 5 a gallon on June 16th, withfuel cards as Americans hunt. Increased interest in gas cardsfor less filling methods.

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