(Undated) — With the national average gas price coming in at two-dollars and 86-cents, this year’s Fourth of July will be the costliest Independence Day for motorists in four years. Triple-A says despite this figure, nearly 40-million people are expected to hit the road this week and will be paying 11-cents less per gallon than they did for Memorial Day. The motorist club warns elevated crude oil prices and geopolitical concerns could drive gas prices up for the fall.
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