The common value of a gallon of self-serve common gasoline in San Diego County inched up one-tenth of a cent Saturday to $4.951, ending a streak of 4 consecutive decreases.
The common value is 1.1 cents lower than one week in the past, 5.1 cents a couple of month in the past, and 81.2 cents lower than one yr in the past, based on figures from the AAA and the Oil Worth Info Service.
It has dropped $1.422 since rising to a file $6.373 on Oct. 5.
The nationwide common value rose for the fourth consecutive day, rising four-tenths of a cent to $3.591. It’s 2.5 cents a couple of week in the past and seven-tenths of a cent increased than one month in the past, however 82.2 cents lower than one yr in the past. It has dropped $1.425 since rising to a file $5.016 on June 14, 2022.
“Fuel demand barely budged from final week, but in comparison with this time in 2022, it’s increased nationwide aside from the Gulf Coast, Texas, and New Mexico,” mentioned Andrew Gross, an AAA nationwide public relations supervisor. “Some trade specialists speculate that scorching temps in that area are retaining individuals off the highway.”
–Metropolis Information Service