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The latest WTOP Pain in the Gas survey shows the average price of a gallon of regular is $3.83, down 6 cents from last week.
Gas prices are dropping, and economists say the lower prices could result in an economic boost for the nation.
It's not often anyone hears this: Gas prices keep falling. WTOP's latest Pain in the Gas Survey shows the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is now $3.97.
Another drop in gas prices makes many people wonder if prices have peaked for the summer.
Montgomery County is taking a hard look at its vehicle fleet in its upcoming budget after it received a whopping bill for gasoline.
Gas prices have fallen for the past two weeks in the D.C. area, but they're still above where they were a year ago.
There's more involved in rising gas prices than you might suspect.
Spoiler alert: Gas price this summer will cost more than last year. About 25 cents more.
Drivers -- in most parts of the country -- are seeing some relief at the pump as gas and crude oil prices drop. However, drivers in the Washington area aren't as fortunate.
The WTOP Pain the Gas survey finds the average price is 29 cents higher than one year ago this week.
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