Americans may hit gas again after reserve release


* Drivers hopeful, and somewhat thankful * Some question Obama's political motives * Ditching the BMW for a Dodge Caliber By Tom Brown and Peter Henderson MIAMI/SAN FRANCISCO, June 24 (Reuters) - Going lightly on the gas pedal, getting a few dollars of gas rather than filling up, cutting out the cruising, and swapping the BMW for a Dodge Caliber -- those are ways Americans are coping with gasoline prices well above $3 a gallon. But people pumping gas on Friday from Miami to San ...

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