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Thanksgiving travel could be deadly, and expensive.
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WOODS CROSS — The Utah Safety Council is warning drivers to be especially careful during the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend, a holiday it calls the most deadly time of year.

The risk is partly due to the high rate of travel С 90 percent of all residents will ride in cars, according to a press release from the council.

Meanwhile, the AAA Fuel Gauge Report found that Utah’s average gas prices are the sixth-highest in the nation. Only Alaska, California, Connecticut, Hawaii and New York have higher prices.

The average price in Utah for a gallon of regular gasoline dropped 4 cents from last month’s AAA report on October 9 to $3.71, according to a press release from the organization. As of Tuesday, Nov. 13, prices had dropped in all cities in the study.

rpalmer@davisclipper.com

For more information, see the Oct. 15edition of the Davis Clipper.

 

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