Few Americans plan a road trip on the workday weekend, despite low gas prices

drawing by Elias Stein font size The Americans were supposed to embrace their inner Jack Kerouac and hit the open road this summer, but they never broke from neutrality. Labor Day weekend is the last chance to correct that, but experts say it’s unlikely to happen, largely because of gasoline prices. There are two ways …

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