From the bloggers at USA Today
A road trip in the fall can be an opportunity to see parts of the USA without the crowds and higher prices that are abundant in the summer. Of course, if you want to cruise along a route that offers a great display of fall foliage, you might run into more traffic.
But if you want to enjoy the leaves and the views, a slow pace can be better. Fall is also a good time to hit the open road because gas prices tend to drop after Labor Day, when the peak summer driving season ends, according to GasBuddy.com
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