AMERICAN ROADTRIPPERS TO FACE $3 A GALLON GAS THIS SUMMER

Road trips will cost more this year. While average costs aren't expected to approach the record $4.14 a gallon reached in July 2008, there's a 75 percent chance they will soon reach $3.

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