The typical value of a gallon of self-serve common gasoline in San Diego County dropped Saturday for the 52nd consecutive day since rising to a report, reducing 3.2 cents to $5.455, its lowest quantity since March 7.
The typical value has decreased 91.8 cents since rising to a report $6.373 on June 15, together with 2.3 cents Friday, based on figures from the AAA and the Oil Value Data Service. It’s 12.8 cents lower than one week in the past and 73.4 cents decrease than one month in the past, however $1.106 multiple 12 months in the past.
“The final time fuel costs dropped so steeply in a one-month interval was from October to November 2012 after the state resolved a summer-blend gasoline provide disaster by permitting stations to start promoting winter mix just a few weeks early,” stated Doug Shupe, the Car Membership of Southern California’s company communications supervisor.
“Regardless that common fuel costs at the moment are nicely above $5 a gallon in Southern California, most metro areas now have a number of stations priced below $5 a gallon.”
The nationwide common value dropped for the 53rd consecutive day, reducing 2.9 cents to $4.084. It has dropped 93.2 cents since rising to a report $5.016 on June 14, together with 2.6 cents Friday.
The nationwide common value is 14.8 cents lower than one week in the past and 69.5 cents decrease than one month in the past, however 89.5 cents multiple 12 months in the past.
–Metropolis Information Service