Even as bigger price drops await in the fall, superheated summer prices are already starting to cool.
The national average for a gallon of gas on Monday was $4.21, a 14-cent drop compared with a week ago and a 63-cent plunge from a month ago, according to AAA. That’s still more than $1 a gallon higher than it was a year ago.
Welcome to summer travel. It’s hell.
After months of increases, consumer price data showed that airfare dropped 1.8 percent in June from the month before, and