Gas prices: Expect relief at pump after expensive summer

Gasoline prices could tick higher heading into the Labor Day weekend, but motorists are expected to get a reprieve this fall.

The coming relief would be welcomed by travelers and commuters, who endured the most expensive summer at the pump since 2014, according to AAA.

As the final busy travel weekend of the summer approaches, Americans are paying about $2.84 a gallon, 43 cents more than a year ago. That amounts to $6.45 extra per 15-gallon tank.

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