Good News for Drivers: Gas Prices Coming Down

As families get ready to head out on vacation, gas prices are dropping.
1:15 | 07/14/14

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vacations and for drivers this evening a bit of welcome news, gas prices going down finally. You'll remember those prices climbing for 12 days straight. Tonight reversing course and Cecilia Vega tonight with what's behind the drop tonight. Reporter: Good evening. We can consider this a vacation from the pain at the pump. I want to show you Numbers that just came out this evening. The national average for a gallon of gas $3.64. Why are these prices coming down? Because the price of oil is dropping. Libya is producing more oil. Fighting in Iraq that was expected to impact that country never actually materialized. All of this is good news for drivers. There are drivers in 13 states that are paying just about less than anybody. You can see it on the map there, paying less than $3.50 a gallon. Will these cheaper prices stick? Analysts saying there's the possibility that something could happen in the middle east, the potential for a hurricane, but the analysts I spoke to today said these prices will be dropping by as much as ten cents over the next couple of weeks. Welcome news. Thank you. Around the world tonight and to the middle east where

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