The recovery helped spark fuel consumption last year, but Bank of America says supplies will outpace demand for the foreseeable future.
Good news for drivers: Higher oil output and better fuel efficiency are clipping prices.
Every year we ask Wall Street and Main Street types for predictions. Let's see who was more accurate for 2013.
On average, a gallon of gas cost more than 10 cents less last year than it did in 2012. Experts say that trend will continue.
Even with a recent slight uptick in prices, Americans are paying about 20 cents less for a gallon of gasoline than at this time last year.
Gas prices are under $3 a gallon in some states, and that means consumers could have more money to spend on the holidays.
Gasoline prices are the lowest they've been all year, and in some parts of the country they could fall even further before 2014.
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