Are You Cutting Back On Driving As Gas Prices Keep Rising?
According to a new survey, the price of gasoline is causing people to drive less.
With the price of gas above $3.50 a gallon in all but one state, gas sales have fallen for five straight weeks, the first time that has happened since November.
Before the decline, demand was increasing for two months. Some insiders had expected the trend to continue because the economic recovery is picking up.
No such luck.
And, it doesn't look like things are getting better anytime soon. Most analysts are sticking to forecasts of a high of $4 a gallon, and some have even predicted $5 gas.
Tell me: Have rising gas prices caused you to change your driving habits in any way? How cheap will gas have to be before you return to your normal driving routine?
·Will high gas prices have any impact on your decisions about your summer vacation? Could you end up not going on a trip because of the price of gas?
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