Drivers traveled approximately 272 million miles in March, the most on record for the month – represents about 13 million gallons of gasoline consumed by vehicles on U.S. highways in March
The Fourth of July traditionally marks the beginning of the summer driving season, and with gasoline prices lower than in years past, U.S. drivers are set to travel more miles than ever before. Gasoline prices have remained low along with crude oil since concerns about the supply glut began at the end of 2014.

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