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|March 29, 2017|
More expensive gasoline becomes cheaper
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Southern California motorists are getting a little relief after the latest run-up in gasoline prices.
Lower oil prices and adequate local supplies have dropped the average pump price below 3-dollars-a-gallon in most areas. But, Californians are still paying the second-highest highest prices in the nation outdone only by Hawaii.
In the Inland Empire, the average per-gallon price is five cents more than this time last month, and 24 cents more than last year.
All Southern California gas stations are now selling the more expensive summer blend of gasoline required by air quality regulations.
Story Date: March 23, 2017