Gas prices will drop by up to 20c a gallon by July 4, GasBuddy says – but it will only be temporary

Gas prices are forecast to drop by up to 20 cents per gallon ahead of the July 4 holiday, but analysts allege relief at the pump is only temporary.

Analysis by fuel price tracker GasBuddy shows a gallon of gas costs $4.91-a-gallon, as of June 25.

That is down from an all-time high of $5.03 on June 13, with GasBuddy saying they expect the price to continue to fall – but only temporarily.  

Despite the predicted decline, the reason for which has not been explained, fuel price tracker GasBuddy…

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