No Freedom From High Gas Prices On 4th Of July

No Freedom From High Gas Prices On 4th Of July


The 4th of July is on a Friday this year, and that means many of us are hitting the road for a long weekend. Your wallet will take a hit. Tammy Arnette of AAA says gas prices continue to climb, and they won’t be coming down by the time the holiday travel period rolls around. Arnette says the unrest in Iraq is one factor. She says the good news is that Virginia has the seventh lowest average gas price in the U.S.

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