(Published December 1 by AccessNorthGeorgia.com)
U.S. motorists in southern and mid-west states could see a handful of gas stations hit the $2 a gallon mark just in time for the Christmas holiday season. OPEC’s failure to cut oil production could cause gas prices to fall by as much as 20 cents. The national average has fallen for 67 consecutive days the longest streak since 2008. The streak of declines is 58 days in Florida, 59 in Georgia, and 16 in Tennessee.
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