U.S. household gasoline expenditures expected to fall in 2015

The average U.S. household expenditure on motor gasoline in 2015 is expected to be about $1,817, the lowest level in more than a decade. This level is about $700 less than average household gasoline expenditures in 2014. Actual spending can vary based on driving-related factors, some of which depend on demographic considerations. As one might expect, households with more people tend to spend more on gasoline.

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