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For the forty-seventh day in a row, The average price of a gallon of regular self-serve gasoline in Los Angeles County hit a new low on Sunday.
gasoline record down 9 tenths of a cent to settle at $5,649, the lowest price since March 9.
A gallon of fuel has decreased in its average price 81.3 cents over the past 47 days, including 1.8 cents on Saturday, after 18 days of gains totaling 36.9 centsAccording to data from the American Automobile Association (AAAI) and the Oil Price Information Service.
average price It’s 15.7 cents cheaper than it was a week ago and 67.8 cents cheaper than it was a month agobut it’s $1,278 more expensive than it was a year ago.
It is down 81.3 cents since hitting a record price of $6,462 on June 14.
In Orange County, the average price of . Fuel also decreased for the 47th consecutive daydown 9 tenths of a cent to settle at $5,549, the lowest price since March 8.
Fuel is down 86.1 cents in the past 47 days, including 2.3 cents on Saturday.
The series of price drops follows a series of 17-day increases totaling 35.1 cents.
The price The average price of regular gasoline in Orange County is 14.8 cents cheaper than it was a week ago and 69.3 cents cheaper than it was a month ago., but it’s $1,206 more expensive than it was a year ago. Gasoline has seen its price fall 86.1 cents since it rose to a record high of $6.41 on June 12.
at the national level, The average price fell for the 47th consecutive day after an 18-day winning streak, falling 1.2 cents to settle at $4.22 a gallon..
It has fallen 79.6 cents over the past 47 days, including 2.3 cents on Saturday, after rising 41.5 cents during its 18-day winning streak.
Regular gasoline, at an average price per gallon nationwide, is 14.6 cents cheaper than last week and 63.7 cents less expensive than last month; But it’s $1,049 higher than last year. It is down 79.6 cents since it reached a record high of $5,016 on June 14.
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