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Gasoline Inches Higher to $2.25 Per Gallon

The national average gasoline price increased 1 cent to $2.25, and recorded the first weekly price increase since early October, when it sat at $2.91 per gallon, according to AAA.

Gasoline Falls to Two-Year Low

The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded fell 3 cents to $2.24 on Jan. 7, and has reached its lowest level since February 2017, as falling oil demand continues to push prices lower.

Gasoline Falls to Cheapest December Level in Two Years

The national price of gasoline has fallen to $2.37 per gallon, which is the lowest December level on record since 2016 and continues a price decline that began in early October. Gasoline prices have tumbled 54 cents from Oct. 9.

AAA Predicts Holiday Traffic Congestion

More than 102 million people will be on the nation's roadways this holiday season, marking a 4.4% increase over last year and an all-time record high since AAA began tracking holiday vehicle travel in 2001.

AAA Warns About Cloudy Headlights

Headlights that are clouded or yellowed from aging reduce lighting by more than 80% causing hazardous nighttime driving conditions, according to a new research report from AAA.

Gasoline Prices Continue Their Decline

The average national price for regular unleaded fell 4 cents to $2.42 to reach a new low for 2018, as gasoline prices continued to follow oil prices to lower price levels for the week ending Dec. 10, according to AAA.

Gasoline Price Falls Below Year-Ago Level

The price of regular unleaded gasoline has fallen to $2.46 per gallon, which has reached a low point for 2018 and is 2 cents lower than the price from a year ago, according to AAA.

Gasoline Falls to $2.56 Per Gallon

The price of a gallon of regular unleaded fell 7 cents to $2.56 for the week ending Nov. 26, as pump prices head lower to reach some of the cheapest prices of 2018, according to AAA.

Drivers Overestimating Safety Tech Capabilities: AAA

Four out of 10 Americans overestimate the capabilities of semi-automated driving systems based on their names, which indicates a lack of understanding of the technologies and a possible safety risk, according to a new survey from AAA.