Drivers are starting to feel some relief at the pump as U.S. gas prices fall to just over $4 a gallon, marking the seventh straight week of decline. This price drop comes as consumers grapple with higher prices on everything from food to rent to everyday goods. Robert Sinclair, a spokesperson for AAA Northeast, joined Cheddar News to discuss. “We're burning about 25 million gallons less per day compared to where we were, say, a year ago, and that's leading the things to go down now," he said. "Usually at the end of the summer driving season, we see less demand with kids going back to school and parents going back to work, no more vacations. But it could be that we've already seen that drop because of the higher prices."