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Energy Information Administration

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) defines the summer driving season as April through September. The season formally kicks into high gear after the Memorial Day weekend, when millions of Americans hit the open road, like the Griswold’s loading up the family truckster heading to Wally World. But gasoline prices have surged over the past few months and the EIA’s latest report warns that consumers should brace for higher prices at America’s gas pumps.

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