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Gasoline Heads Lower to $2.66 Per Gallon

The nation's average gasoline price fell 2 cents to $2.66 over the past week with gasoline demand increasing, because crude prices continue to decline, according to AAA.

Drivers Recognize Dangerous Behaviors, Engage Anyway

Nearly 96% of drivers believe reading a text or email on a hand-held cellphone while driving is very or extremely dangerous as compared with 79.8% who feel the same way about talking on a hand-held cellphone, according to a new AAA study.

Gasoline Falls to $2.68 Per Gallon

The national average price of gasoline fell 6 cents to $2.68 on the week in a continued "unusual" trend of falling prices after Memorial Day, according to AAA.

Gasoline Falls to $2.74 Per Gallon

The national average price of gasoline fell 7 cents to $2.74 for the week ending June 10, as nearly every state's average price also fell, according to AAA.

Gasoline Prices Buck Typical Summer Price Hike

The average national gasoline price is slipping lower following Memorial Day, which has traditionally marked the start of the summer driving season and accompanying increases in fuel prices associated with it.

Teen Drivers Linked to 700 Summer Fatalities

Between 2013 and 2017, nearly 3,500 people lost their lives in crashes involving teen drivers during the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day, according to new data from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Gasoline Prices Continue to Decline

National and state gasoline prices continued to decline a week before Memorial Day with a 6-cent decline during the week ending May 20 as crude oil prices have remained stable.

AAA Gives 2019 Jaguar I-Pace Top Green Car Award

AAA believes that similar to other emerging technologies, a lack of knowledge and experience may be contributing to the slow adoption of electric vehicles despite Americans’ desire to go green.

Gasoline: First Significant Price Decline Since Early 2019

The national average gasoline price fell 3 cents to $2.86 for the week ending May 13, which represents the first significant decline since earlier this year, when a succession of price increases added about 60 cents to the per-gallon price.