San Diego County’s average gas price falls for 20th straight day –

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County fell for the 20th straight day on Tuesday since hitting a record high, falling 3.2 cents to $5.728, the lowest in 24 September.

The average price has fallen 70.7 cents over the past 20 days, including half a cent on Monday, according to data from AAA and the Crude Oil Price Information Service. The decline followed a streak of 32 gains in 33 days totaling $1,213.

The average price is 25.7 cents lower than a week ago and 2 cents lower than a month ago, but $1.224 more than a year ago.

The national average price fell for the 13th time in 14 days, down 1.8 cents to $3.775, the lowest since Sept. 28. It has fallen 14.8 cents over the past 14 days, including two-tenths of a cent on Monday.

The national average price is 9.5 cents lower than a week ago, but 6.1 cents higher than a month ago and 38.8 cents higher than a year ago. That’s $1,241 less than the record high of $5,016 set on June 14.

“Average gas prices are down for the second week in a row, with significant declines in the Western and Great Lakes driving the decline in the national average,” said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, which provides real-time information. gas price information from over 150,000 stations.

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