(DETROIT) -- Michigan gas prices may drop after the U.S. Department of Transportation approved a reopening of a refinery pipe line in Wisconsin, according to the Detroit News.
The state’s fuel prices are averaging $3.99, which is the third highest in the nation. AAA Michigan reports the high prices are due to pipeline and refinery problems affecting the Great Lakes region.
Drivers are sure to welcome the reopening of the 467-mile pipeline that will supply gasoline.
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