The study has been calculating the average fuel economy of vehicles sold in the United States over the last four years.
It’s expected that drivers will spend $553 million at the gas pump for their holiday travel over the next few days.
Gasoline prices could be another area of surprise. We sure hope so, because we’re loving taking advantage of the lower prices to travel.
We can’t think of a better Christmas gift than a nationwide average of a gallon of unleaded that’s below $3.00 a gallon.
After peaking during the summer at a nationwide average cost of nearly $4.00 per gallon, gas prices have been trending downwards with the approach of fall.