California: Gas Prices Drop To Lowest Amount Since 2017

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County dropped for the 27th consecutive day today, falling 2.5 cents to $3.144, its lowest amount since Dec. 30, 2017.

The average price is 16.1 cents less than a week ago, 41.8 cents lower than a month ago and 49.5 cents lower than one year ago, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service. read more

23 Comments on California: Gas Prices Drop To Lowest Amount Since 2017

  1. Hahahaha, you Californians are fools. Price in my area in Tennnessee? $1.68. And I haven’t looked in 2-3 days, it could be even lower.

    Keep telling yourself how enlightened and woke you are as you bankrupt yourself.

  2. Gas has become a favor tags freezing mechanism for the government in California,
    And it waste all on useless projects.

  3. Reality check: Enjoy it while you can. Virus will dissipate, summer is coming, economy and 401s will snap back, and people have cabin fever and want to celebrate with some good traveling and new gear.

    MATA..Make America Travel Again.

  4. Northeast Ohio was 1.549 six days ago, last time I saw a local pump.
    Last time I was out of the house.
    This shit sucks.

  5. lowest amount since Dec. 30, 2017.

    Oil was $60.09 on that day.

    $40.29 (194%) higher than today.

    Yea, I can see how that adds up. *eyeroll*

  6. Newsom and the rest of the Cali thieves are crying because they can’t collect as much taxes if gas prices are way down and nobody’s buying much of it anyway. Bless his heart.

  7. $2.39 in Lower Westchester on the Bronx border, just a few miles from New Rochelle actually.

    ^^^Use a good ole work glove! IF you have not bought at least a pair of those yet?? Can’t help ya…

    And yes @ Differnt Tim no where to go but keep it filled for the next event that will happen, we went through Sandy and you don’t want that or ‘something’ else.

    But heck WHO exactly am I to talk? I get ‘yelled’ at by Mrs Ghost for NOT keeping it topped off.

  8. Most of the gasoline produced in America is produced within seventy-five miles of me and the pump price reflects that. Plus, I get a hefty discount on Mobil and Exxon gas because I retired from there. Cheap gas is nice but many people are being hurt because of the price of crude.

  9. So … how much of that $3.14 is taxes?
    We (southern MO) are paying around $1.70/gal and somewhere around $0.50/gal are taxes.

    izlamo delenda est …

  10. We’re down to around $2.00, less in some places, here in Corupt-icut. To bad there ain’t no where to go without being called out for it.
    And the range is still closed! No Trap or Skeet till May probably.

  11. $1.43 SW Ohio, and that’s WITH almost .50 in taxes, some of which was added last year by that Nazi RINO Democrat ass licking Never Trumper piece of shit DeWhine…

    …I hope he loses his securty detail when he’s finally out of the Governor’s Mansion so he can get back to being shoved into lockers with his lunch dumped on his head, which was his first, best destiny…

  12. $1.03 northwestern Kentucky, just over Indiana border.

    FYI, April contract for gasoline is currently $0.60. Anything over that is in addition to the actual price.

  13. $1.69/gallon at Costco in Frederick, MD yesterday, and an employee was walking around wiping down the pumps after each customer was done filling-up.
    Other stations were about $2.
    I remember around 2000 the price had dropped to just above $1/gal in MD. I don’t recall the oil price at the time, but I do know that the corruptocrats in MD have dumped a ton of taxes onto the price of gas in the past 20 years.

  14. 1.86 for me, just north of Tampa. We aren’t shut down, so I did my grocery shopping, filled up on gas and went fishing at a little pond I had been eyeing for a few weeks…caught 4 bass..yay me! Feel bad for those of you who are cooped up thanks to restrictions.


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