Fourth of July travel expected to decrease
PROVIDENCE, RI – Despite declining gas prices, AAA Southern New England is projecting a drop in 4th of July travel this year.
The auto club says high fuel costs will cause an eight percent decrease in holiday travel among people who earn $50,000 a year or less.
By contrast, travel among people who earn $100,000 or more is expected to increase by 9 percent.
Close to 33-million Americans are expected to travel 50 or more miles from home during the Independence Day holiday week-end - down two-and-a-half percent from last year.
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