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American Roads Come Alive as Cheap Gas, Job Growth Spur Driving

  • Average monthly increase in miles traveled highest since 1989
  • Convergex: `Breakout year for American driving patterns'

Americans are increasingly taking to the highways and byways as lower gasoline prices and rising employment spur a “road trip recovery,” according to Nicholas Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex.

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