Average U.S. Gas Price Drops 6 Cents Over Two Weeks to $4.37

CAMARILLO, Calif. — The average U.S. price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline dropped 6 cents over the past two weeks to $4.37 per gallon.

Trilby Lundberg from Lundberg Survey, an analyst in the industry, stated that Sunday’s decrease came after nine weeks of consecutive price increases totalling 98 cents.

One year ago, the price of a pump was $1.42 less than this one.

Los Angeles is the most expensive place to buy regular-grade gasoline in America at $5.99 per gallon. Tulsa in Oklahoma has the lowest at $3.70 per gallons.

The average diesel price is now $5.16 per gallon. This represents a decrease of 4 cents in two weeks.

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