Gas Prices Continue to Fall Despite Thanksgiving Holiday Approaching

November 14, 2012

Gas prices continue to drop across the Southeast region as motorists gear up for the Thanksgiving travel period. This is positive news for travelers, who are paying less for a gallon of gas than they did this time last year.

Although gas prices are on a downward trend, the cost for a barrel of oil increased slightly after consumer sentiment increased.

The national average price of regular unleaded gasoline is $3.44, 4 cents less than last week. Georgia’s average price of $3.23 decreased 7 cents from last week, respectively.

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