Have you noticed a drop at the pump? The last few weeks have brought the lowest gas prices of the summer.

It's a game of supply and demand. During summer months, families load up the SUV for a few days to a week. While not all of us will experience a Griswold vacation, we're still travelling more between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Each year, gas prices tend to peak with the Forth of July. This year that didn't happen, as they actually rose throughout the month. Only in the last few weeks have prices dipped, and now they are at the lowest point of the summer.

According to GasBuddy.com, the average price for a gallon of regular gas in New Hampshire is $2.59, which is four cents lower than the national average. For many, school will kick off in a few weeks, which keeps families closer to home. Yes, you're saving a few dollars on a tank of gas, but the savings are going straight to school supplies.