Pennsylvania – Although we’ve seen the cost of fuel climbing to a four-year high this summer, the fall season should also mean a fall in gas prices.
On average, gasoline was up by nearly $0.50 compared to this time last year. However, typically gas prices drop after summer.
Demand decreases, families are done taking summer road trips, and refineries are able to switch to a winter blend, which is cheaper to produce.
Barring unforeseen circumstances, AAA expects that we can see prices falling by about $0.13 in the next few weeks.