The official word this weekend is that gas prices nationwide dropped slightly for the first time in 2013.
Gas Prices Drop For The First Time In 2013: Survey: March 10 (Reuters) – American drivers finally saw some rel… http://t.co/qyPVEkYdvt
— gas.com (@gasdotcom) March 10, 2013
The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped six cents over the past two weeks. It’s the first decrease in gas prices since late December.
The Lundberg Survey of fuel prices released Sunday says the price of a gallon of regular is $3.74. Midgrade costs an average of $3.91 a gallon, and premium is $4.04.
Diesel was down four cents to $4.13 gallon.
But across the country, consumers are not exactly celebrating.
— Kevin Barry Maguire (@Drathzaar) March 10, 2013
Gas prices continue to climb. How have you coped? http://t.co/jMb0h0NerS
— 98.1 WOGL (@wogl) March 10, 2013
Boy, I was crying about these gas prices in Miami, but in Chicago I learned to be grateful! http://t.co/mtVGd7w2b2
— Shanel Demus (@ShanellyBoO) March 10, 2013
Unless you're in California I don't wanna hear u say shit about gas prices . ?????⛽
— Steph C (@StephCaicedo) March 10, 2013
— Politically Homeless (@keder) March 9, 2013
Fuel up your double standards!
— Free Thinking Gary Magic (@magicy2k) March 10, 2013