If you’re heading out on an end-of-summer road trip this Labor Day, you might find yourself spending less on fuel and more on food and fun.

That’s thanks to what may be the lowest average nationwide gasoline rates for this holiday weekend in three years, according to AAA.

The largest east coast refinery is shutting down and that could send gasoline prices higher this summer season. We speak with John Kilduff, the founding partner at Again Capital, with his assessment on what to expect when pumping your tank.

A series of explosions early Friday tore through a Philadelphia gasoline refinery, the East Coast’s largest, sending shock waves for miles and raining debris on nearby neighborhoods, just as the busy summer driving season was beginning.

The biggest U.S. gasoline price surge in years is running out of steam just in time for the start of the summer driving season.

Gas prices are the highest they’ve been in four years, and Uber and Lyft drivers are among the hardest hit by the increases.

American drivers are facing the highest gasoline costs in about four years, but the worst is likely almost over.

As gas prices move higher, potential homebuyers already squeezed by higher mortgage rates and higher home prices, may reconsider.

Record gasoline demand and exports and rising crude oil prices may cause pain at the pump, says analyst John Kilduff.

Prices at the pump are expected to top $3 a gallon for unleaded gasoline in many parts of the country in coming weeks, as summer driving season approaches.

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