In addition to discounted prices at stores and malls, this holiday season has another gift for those who pinch pennies at this time of year.
Have you filled up your gas tank lately? You’ve probably noticed that prices at the pump are falling and that’s great news for your budget.
With the end of the summer road trip season, we’re seeing cheaper prices at the pump. Throughout September, Florida gas prices averaged $3.32, which was 14 cents cheaper than last year, and 46 cents less expensive than 2012, according to AAA.
Believe it or not, as our summer time temps continue to heat up, the price at the pump has begun cooling off. The U.S. average retail price of gasoline has fallen below $3.60 a gallon for the first time since April 10, 2014.
With 41 million Americans expected to travel this year, highways and airports will be packed with travelers looking to take advantage of the 3-day weekend.
Prices at the pump continue to rise for the 12th straight week, according to a survey released Sunday.
Drivers filling up at gas stations in Palm Beach County will soon know the real price at the pump when they pull in. Palm Beach County commissioners unanimously passed a law mandating gas stations make clear on their signs if the price is only for cash purchases.
In the last month, the price at the pump across the state has increased more than fifteen cents in some areas.