A gallon of gas in Massachusetts has inched up a penny in the past week, but remains a nickel below the national average.
The price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts has plunged 9 cents in the past week and is now a full dime below the national average.
After several weeks of rising prices, the cost of gasoline in Massachusetts is falling again.
AAA Northeast says a gallon of self-serve, regular is up to an average of $2.45.
AAA Northeast reports Monday that gas has now jumped 31 cents per gallon in the past month to an average of $2.37.
The cost of gasoline in Massachusetts has crept up another 4 cents per gallon in the past week.
It’s the first weekly increase in prices locally since early September.
Massachusetts gas prices continue to drop, but not at the double-digit rate they had been in recent weeks.
Gas prices in Massachusetts have now fallen for 18 consecutive weeks.
It’s been a long time since anyone’s seen gas under $2 a gallon in Massachusetts.