Gasoline prices have experienced an uptick recently and will continue to edge up slightly as summer approaches.
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.
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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.
Good news for the nearly 86 million who will be driving: Gas prices will likely remain low.
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