Gas Prices to Remain Low Through 2015 – More Driving, Tickets, and Economic Boon for Businesses

In Business, Criminal, Employment, Traffic by GWAO

In Greensboro and all over North Carolina lower gasoline prices are putting drivers on the road for more hours.

Prices have dropped almost 70 cents a gallon. That’s a savings of about $16 on a 20-gallon fill up.

Economists say gas will remain below three dollars a gallon through 2015.

As more drivers drive on Greensboro highways more hours, officers have been writing more and more traffic tickets.

Businesses and their employees are reaping a great benefit, however, as the cheaper prices have a huge impact on hiring, growth, business formation and even lay-offs.

The attorneys at Garrett, Walker and Aycoth are happy for any benefit to our business and employment law clients, and should you unfortunately be caught in a traffic ticket trap, we will be here to assist you with that as well.