Gas prices to drop for July 4th Weekend

Gas prices are expected to be lower in certain parts of the country for July 4th. The national average for a gallon of gas is

AAA says this year?s prices however are still the third highest on record for Independence Day.

AAA says this year?s prices however are still the third highest on record for Independence Day. (7/3/13)

NEW YORK - Gas prices are expected to be lower in certain parts of the country for July 4th.

The national average for a gallon of gas is just below $3.50 a gallon because gas supply is up while consumer demand is down. AAA says this year's prices however are still the third highest on record for Independence Day, right behind $3.57 a gallon in 2011.

The highest gas prices can be found in West Coast states like California and Washington, while southern states like Alabama and South Carolina are the cheapest.
 

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