Cleveland, Ohio 2022-07-01 10:10:19 –
(WJW) – Pump prices are still hard to see, but experts said lower demand pushed prices down prior to the holiday weekend.
according to AAASince Monday, the national average of regular gasoline has fallen by 4 cents to $ 4.85 per gallon.
Ohio is one of the top 10 states with the largest pump price cuts. According to experts, Ohio’s average price has fallen 13 cents since last Thursday.
Demand for gasoline is now lower than it was at this time last year, according to AAA experts. They also state that domestic gasoline inventories are increasing. The combination of supply and demand, coupled with falling oil prices, helped push prices down.
We have seen the largest decline in these 10 states since last Thursday.
- Wisconsin (-14 cents)
- Delaware (-14 cents)
- Indiana (-13 cents)
- Florida (-13 cents)
- Ohio (-13 cents)
- Arizona (-12 cents)
- Texas (-12 cents)
- Michigan (-12 cents)
- South Carolina (-11 cents)
- Maryland (-11 cents)
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