The late summer slide in global crude oil prices will push the cost of U.S. gasoline to its lowest Labor Day level since 2010. Better yet: prices are likely to continue dropping to 2014 lows by mid-autumn, according to USA TODAY.
Nationally, regular, unleaded gasoline will average $3.41 a gallon - 18 cents cheaper than 2013's Labor Day weekend and 42 cents a gallon less than the record $3.83 average for the 2021 holiday weekend .
The energy markets have shrugged off tensions in the Middle East, the Ukraine-Russia conflict and minor supply disruptions during normal peak summer driving season, USA TODAY reports.
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