Nathan Bomey, USA TODAY Published 11:36 a.m. ET March 31, 2020 | Updated 11:44 a.m. ET March 31, 2020CLOSE Gas prices across the nation are still falling amid decreased demand with fewer drivers on the road during the coronavirus outbreak. (March 30) AP DomesticThe national average price of gasoline has plunged below $2 per gallon, and the freefall is not likely to stop there.With the coronavirus pandemic crunching the economy, a precipitous drop in the price of crude oil has sent gas prices plummeting at a time when they’re usually rising in the lead-up to the summer travel season.The national average fell below $2 on Tuesday for the first time in four years, according to AAA. The national average of $1.997 was about 11 cents cheaper than a week ago and about 69 cents cheaper than a year ago.AAA projected the national average would hit $1.75 or less in April.Normally, prices like that would spark a travel binge.But most drivers won’t be able to take advantage of it since a majority of Americans are under some form of stay-at-home order, limiting their driving to essential needs.”Americans are staying at home at a time when they’d probably be filling up more and considering

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