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Gasoline prices have been on a steady march downward: Nine cents a gallon last week alone and 22 cents over the last month according to AAA New England. If it cost you $100 a month ago to fill up your car, it now costs about $93. What's causing the drop in prices? It begins with the falling cost of refined crude oil, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. That has been impacted by the fact that there's plenty of oil on the market, but, in the U.S., a rise in fuel-efficient vehicles has also helped lessen demand. That's our topic in this week's Flash Poll. Please vote and add a comment.
How does the fall in gasoline prices impact your business?
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