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Ricky Grigsby expects gas prices to hit $4 per gallon by this summer. He said he has no other choice but to sell his truck and get a smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicle.
Grigsby said, other than driving to work, he tries to drive as little as possible - the price at the pump is just too much.
"We don't travel as much as we used to," he said. "And I don't know what this will mean for summer vacation plans."
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