As the busy summer driving season comes to a close, there's good news for us heading into fall.

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AAA says big savings are on the way at the gas pump after Labor Day. Drivers in every market across the country could potentially enjoy savings of more than 25-cents per gallon, compared to summer prices. That would put the national gas price average at 2.40 per gallon or lower. Bringing down the prices will be less expensive crude oil prices, as well as lower demand, and the change to winter-blend gasoline. The experts say hurricane season could play a part in the prices as well.

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