Summer gasoline prices are expected to be slightly lower

By Adam Wilmoth, Energy Editor

Consumers likely will get a bit of a break this summer as gasoline prices are expected to average slightly less than last year, according to a report released Tuesday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

The government forecast said the national fuel price is likely to average about $3.57 during the heavy driving season of April through September, down about 3.5 cents from last summer.

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