WASHINGTON (AP) - The Energy Department has cut its forecast for this summer's gas prices, saying gasoline will be cheaper this summer than had been expected.
Drivers should pay an average of $3.79 per gallon through September, down 16 cents from last month's prediction and only slightly higher than last summer's average of $3.71 a gallon.
The price drop is due to a drop in the price of oil.
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