Monday, December 05, 2016
by Clip Syndicate
Will rising gas prices effect holiday travel times? Drivers we spoke with say the rising prices won't impact their travel plans, as long as they aren't going far. However, those we spoke with who are on a budget this holiday season say they might think twice before taking long road trips. While a few cents more per gallon might not sound like much, it can make a big difference for some families. Jimmy Page/Holiday Traveler: "It effects people that's going you know quite a bit of distance. I would say anywhere from one-hundred miles plus. Anything less than that it shouldn't effect that much. But again it depends on the type of vehicle they have too." The U.S. Energy Information Administration is projecting gas prices to hover right around where they are through the end of the year, before falling by a few cents in January.   [READ MORE]
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