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As gas prices tumble in metro, expect more road vacations, larger vehicles leaving the sales lot


Gas prices hit a six-year low on Monday, with Minnesota drivers paying an average of $1.74 a gallon and some as little as $1.54.

The price of gas might bump up in late February and early March, when refineries switch to making summer-grade fuel, but analysts are predicting that gas prices for 2016 will be lower than last year, when the average prices were the lowest in a decade.

That extra change in the pocket will mean more road vacations this summer for some people, while others might be looking to buy bigger or sportier cars, according to national researchers.


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