Gas Prices Trending Downward

Fuel prices at lowest levels this year

By Junae Bennett
|  Monday, Mar 11, 2013  |  Updated 3:28 PM CDT
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Gas Prices Trending Downward

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Filling up at the pump is getting less and less painful.

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As the weather gets warmer the gas prices are getting lower.

Gas prices starting going down on Feb. 22, and have reached an all-time low for this year for 2013. 

The average price is down 5 cents a gallon in the city, but in the metro area the price is down 9 cents.

Reuters reported the U.S. gas prices fell 5.56 cents per gallon over the last two weeks.

A Lundberg’s survey tracked more than 2,500 gas stations and foudn that the most expensive gas was in Los Angeles at $4.23 a gallon and the cheapest was in Billings, Montana, at $3.31 a gallon.

According to chicagogasprices.com the cheapest gas is located at Sam’s Club in Addison on Rohlwing Rd and the most expensive gas is located at the BP on Lawrence Ave.
  

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