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Yea or nay? Lower gas prices = more business

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Gas prices are falling at an amazing rate. According to one government agency, they have dropped an average of nearly 28% since June 23, 2014.

They may even consistently drop below $2 a gallon in some areas by the end of the year.

What does that mean for you in 2015? Modern Tire Dealer Editor Bob Ulrich wondered (because he is paid to think about things like that), so he did the research.

The results may surprise you.

To find out whether or not you should adjust your inventories next year, check out "What lower gas prices will mean for your business."

Have you noticed an increase or decrease in your tire sales business (winter tires don't count)? How about in your automotive service business?

Before you answer, read the blog, then let us know what you think by leaving a comment!

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