It’s going to be a very busy Thanksgiving travel period with 48.7 million people hitting the road this week.
As gas prices fall to the lowest price in years, travel over the holiday weekend is expected to be very high.
Analysts say supply is not meeting demand--which was driven by the lower prices we saw early this year and the arrival of the summer travel season.
Low fuel prices, a sold-out Indy 500 and warm temperatures could make Memorial Day weekend the busiest in years in Indiana.
AAA credits low gas prices for the overall reduction in the cost of driving.
Gasoline prices on March 29 in Indianapolis and Bloomington have ranged widely over the last five years.
Some gas stations in Indiana are selling gas for as low as $1.30 a gallon.
With refinery issues this summer, and a late summer spike in prices, Indiana's gas prices are finally starting to dip after a volatile summer
Gas prices are expected, on average, to stay below $2.50 for Labor Day weekend.
Gas prices in Indiana may finally be ready to fall again.