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BOSTON — To close out a summer driving season that will have had the highest average gas prices since the summer of 2014, Labor Day weekend prices at the pump are expected to be the highest in seven years at $3.11 per gallon.

That’s the word from the GasBuddy fuel savings platform, which says that while prices have begun trending lower, drivers can expect to pay around 90¢ per gallon more than they did on Labor Day 2020.

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