Florida gas prices have held steady for the past week, but prices at the pump may increase this week. Crude oil and wholesale gasoline prices rose last week, following another round of declining fuel supplies.
Last week, the price for a gallon of regular unleaded jumped an average of 14 cents in three days. In total, the state average increased by 25 cents in 10 days.
Gas prices are back on the rise, now that the oil market is regaining strength.
AAA– Gas prices in Florida are declining again, after rising an average of 3 cents last week. On Sunday, gas prices averaged $2.30 per gallon, which is only 1.5 cents more than this time a week ago.
The discount at the pump is beginning to slow down in some southern states. Gas prices in Florida declined fractions of a penny on Sunday, after declining 1-2 cents a day for the past seven weeks.
Oil prices hit a new low last week, further fueling the plunge at the pump. Gas prices in Florida dropped another seven cents last week.
Gas prices in Florida jumped 10 cents last week and Sunday’s state average of $2.82 per gallon is the highest daily average since August.
Hurricane Florence had little to no effect on prices at the pump last week.
Gas prices in the southeastern U.S. are declining as Americans prepare for the final holiday of the summer travel season. Declining demand and rising supplies have allowed prices at the pump to steadily slip lower.
Gas prices rose two cents nationwide last week, as prices in the southeast face upward pressure. Wholesale gasoline prices rose eight cents in Florida and Georgia, and seven cents in Tennessee.
Gas prices declined for the ninth consecutive day on Sunday.
Gas prices are trending lower after an abrupt jump at the pump last week. Gas prices in Florida are 8 cents higher than a week ago.
Gas prices in Florida declined for the 30th consecutive day on Sunday. However, higher oil prices may soon put the brakes on that downward streak at the pumps.
Gas prices in Florida declined nearly 6 cents last week. The state average of $2.80 per gallon is the lowest daily price since early May.
The summer driving season is in full swing, and it opened with the most expensive gas prices in four years. Fortunately, those prices at the pump are beginning to trickle lower.
As the national average continues to push toward $3 a gallon, gas prices in the southeastern United States are among the lowest in the country.
Monday is the conclusion to what was the most expensive April at the gas pump in four years.
Americans are finding some of the most expensive gas prices in years. Sunday’s national average of $2.76 per gallon is the highest daily average since July 2015.
The national average price for regular unleaded gasoline hit their highest price point of 2018 on Saturday at $2.663 per gallon. Sunday’s average is a half cent more than last week, 13 cents more than a month ago, and 28 cents more than last year.
Gas prices are on the rise once again, after declining for nearly two weeks. Florida gas prices declined early last week, then rose a total of 4 cents on Thursday and Friday.