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Gas goes up, gas goes down; RVers adapt

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Gas goes up, gas goes down; RVers adapt

Fans of RV travel are a hardy group. They endure traffic jams, mosquitoes and the occasional bear, so fluctuating gas prices won’t keep them and their RVs parked at home this summer.

Average U.S. gas prices rose above $3.90 this spring, though they had dropped in most places by the start of June to $3.61 a gallon. But whether they’re up or down doesn’t make a huge difference for those driving gas-guzzlers, like Bill Battle’s Winnebago Itasca Suncruiser that averages about 7 mpg.

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