Gas Prices Expected to Drop Through End of 2014

Price of fuel could drop to a three-year low just in time for the holiday season.
1:10 | 11/04/13

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Holiday gift for drivers lowered gas prices. And it gets fatter experts predicting. The cost of fuel continue to fall right through the and the year ABC news contributor Betty Lou is here with the story good morning to about -- I can mourning Larry you know it is an extra present this holiday season under the cherry -- -- gas prices are now at three dollars and 25 cents a gallon that is. A low for the year at about 25 cents cheaper than it was back in September. Get this in 34 states at least one gas station has prices below. Three dollars a gallon and that holiday cheer is gonna continue by the end of the year we might see gas near a three year low this. And happy to you and I'm more -- -- -- -- -- -- question everybody wondering why is it happening and some some experts are saying that this could actually really boost the economy at the holidays right on the why is not celebrate the economy's not doing not doing that while jobs are struggling and also we just went through government -- to people -- kind of pulling back and that means gas prices have been going down but. If they stay low enough that could be the trigger to get people up off their couches. In their cars and into the ball just in time just order a holiday shopping are -- -- -- we thank you so much.

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