Did "lower" Memorial Day gas prices affect your travel plans over the long weekend?
The Memorial Day holiday weekend kicked off the summer driving season and gas prices were down from the year's high, which was set in April. However, prices are still higher than what they have been at the start of most summers. According to AAA, The average price in Georgia on Memorial Day for a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.394. So how did these "lower" gasoline prices affect your travel plans over the long Memorial Day weekend?
Our winner's advice - plan your trips before you get behind the wheel.
Gas prices may be high, but Patch readers are coming up with creative ways to save at the pump. We asked you to share your fuel-saving strategies in exchange for the chance to win a $50 gas card and the winner of the Patch Gas Card Giveaway is Amanda Luft! Luft and her family live in Smyrna. However, this stay-at-home mom of two doesn’t spend much time at her house. When she’s not taking her kids to school or running errands she’s teaching music lessons at preschools throughout the metro area. Luft teaches preschool music classes part-time and that keeps her on the go. "I do travel quite a bit to a bunch of daycares and schools,” she said. “I travel two and three times a week and sometimes I have to drive up to Sugarloaf, the Duluth area…