Colorado motorists are getting more relief at the gas pump -- just in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
The average price for regular, unleaded gasoline in Colorado is now just a little more than a-dollar-91 ($1.91) a gallon.
The exact average of one-91-point-two ($1.912) is down two-point-seven cents from last week.
The national average dropped two-point-three cents to a-dollar-90-point-seven ($1.907).
Triple-A Colorado says increased demand for gasoline during the weekend will keep prices from falling faster than they might otherwise, but that prices should keep dropping after the holiday.
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