After two and a half months of steady and steep increases, gas prices may be leveling off.
According to Triple-A, Monday's average in Georgia was slightly below $3.648 a gallon, down from $3.65 on Sunday.
Last year, prices nationally peaked in February. The year before they hit their high in April. In 2011, the high point came in May.
Experts say it's too soon to say whether we've reached this year's peak, but this is a good sign for drivers.
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