Los Angeles, California – Since reaching an all-time high, the price of a gallon of regular gasoline has decreased in Los Angeles County, California, marking the 17th day in a row that this trend has continued. Overnight, it fell by 4.1 cents, bringing its price to $5.831.
According to the data reported by the AAA and the Oil Price Information Service, the price has decreased by a total of 66.3 cents over the last 17 days, including 5.3 cents on Friday alone. It is 32.4 cents lower than it was one week ago, but it is 24.4 cents higher than it was one month ago, and it is $1.288 higher than it was one year ago.
A public relations specialist with the Automobile Club of Southern California named Marie Montgomery said that price drops will continue at least until average prices approach the level they were at at the beginning of September. The average gas price in Los Angeles County has dropped to its lowest level since September 25th.
With the latest decrease of 1.7 cents, the national average price has fallen for the tenth time in the last 11 days, to $3.803.