Gas Prices Fall for 10th Week in a Row
Weekly Energy Information Administration survey shows prices may soon fall below $3.50 per gallon.
According to AAA's daily survey, the national average price for a gallon of regular gas today fell below $3.50 -- the first day since Jan. 30 to see prices fall so low.
Not everyone is being spared, however: While the lower Atlantic region is paying a mere $3.301 per gallon, California -- considered its own "region" in the weekly survey -- still shows average prices above $4.
Analysts point to the struggling world economy, specifically the eurozone crisis, for driving down the price of oil. For those planning a road trip this summer, it's a welcome side-effect of a bad situation.
[Source: USA Today.]
its election year so the prices will go down and we normally have jobs election year but where are they !!!!!! One person said WE NEED A CHANGE !!!!! that is his words !!!! But where they heck is itit is a change it is all to the bad so we need to get someone else in office. this happens every year there is an eltion. By the way gas was cheaper alot cheaper when he took office know look at the price of gas, I suggest we get out and vote that person out of office and put in someone that cares
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