Lower gas prices but dicey weather and traffic accidents may create a mixed bag for many of the estimated 37 million Americans who are preparing to travel by car and air this Thanksgiving. Though the price of gasoline has subsided to below pre-Katrina levels, a tanker truck accident on I-95 between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., in Maryland and the potential for cold, wet conditions in the Midwest and East could complicate travel.

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